A load balancer instance in BMC Atrium Discovery represents a load balancer instance configured on a network device.

To view a load balancer instance:

  1. Click the Infrastructure tab.
  2. Click Load Balancer Instances in the Infrastructure Summary section.
  3. Select a load balancer instance from the list. 
    A typical example of a discovered load balancer instance is illustrated in the following screen.

The information fields for a discovered load balancer instance are arranged in the following groups:

Field nameDetails
NameThe name of the load balancer instance. For example, F5 BIG-IP on lon-vm-f5bigip.tideway.com.
TypeThe type of load balancer instance. For example, F5 BIG-IP.
VersionThe load balancer instance version. For example, 11.5.1-0.0.110-Final.
DeviceThe link to the device where a load balancer instance is running, for example, lon-vm-f5bigip.tideway.com. To see the load balancer device page, click the corresponding table row. For more information, see Viewing load balancer device.
Failover typeType of failover the load balancer instance uses. For example, Active-Standby, Active-Active, Service Clustering.
Failover stateState of the failover for this load balancer instance. For example, Active or Standby.
Failover groupThe link to a load balancer group that contains this instance. To see the load balancer group page, click the corresponding table row. For more information, see Viewing load balancer group.
Configuration

Displays the following configuration information:

  • Failover state of the load balancer instance.
  • List of related failover devices and their failover state. To see the failover device page, click the corresponding link. For more information, see Viewing load balancer device  .
  • Load balancer services available on the load balancer instance. To see the load balancer service page, click the corresponding link. For more information, see Viewing load balancer service.
  • Load balancer pools that groups load balancer members on the load balancer instance. To see the load balancer pool page, click the corresponding link. For more information, see Viewing load balancer pool
  • Load balancer members (a physical server that acts as a provider of a service available to a load balancer instance). To see the load balancer member page, click the corresponding link. For more information, see Viewing load balancer member.
  • Hosts where a load balancer services of the instance are running. To see the host page, click the corresponding link.
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