Load Balancing

Zevenet – open source load balancer

Zevenet Community Edition is a load balancer for providing high availability and content switching services for TCP, UDP, advanced HTTP and HTTPS services, data line communications (uplink).

Zevenet Load Balancer is distributed under a standard ISO format built on top of a common Debian Linux stable distribution.

Features include:

  • Multilayer open source load balancer with support for L3, L4 and L7.
  • High availability services and advanced monitoring health checks.
  • SNMP system support.
  • Limited technical support is availabe.

Website: Project abandoned
Developer: Sofintel IT Engineering SL
License: GNU Affero General Public License Version 3

Zevenet is written in Perl. Learn Perl with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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7 months ago

There are much better open source solutions.

7 months ago
Reply to  Naz

You’re right Naz.

6 months ago

If Zevenet is abandoned, they really should archive their GitHub repository.

Archiving is so important. This makes it read-only for all users and indicates that it’s no longer actively maintained.

Luke Baker
6 months ago

Steve, I suggest removing Zevenet from the load balancer roundup given that it’s now dead.