The global load balancer service has been deprecated and is no longer available.
A global load balancer account enables you to load balance traffic between servers that are in geographically diverse locations. SoftLayer’s global load balancers act as a highly modified DNS server. SoftLayer’s global load balancers work by accepting DNS requests for a specific hostname, choosing a host from a load balancing pool using the load balance method specified, and returning a destination IP address through a DNS response.
[Deprecated] Add the required nameserver resource record for a global load balancer account.
[Deprecated] Edit a global load balancer account and the hosts that make up the load balancing pool.
Retrieve your SoftLayer customer account.
Retrieve the current billing item for a Global Load Balancer account.
Retrieve the hosts in the load balancing pool for a global load balancer account.
Retrieve the load balance method of a global load balancer account
Retrieve a flag indicating that the global load balancer is a managed resource.
Retrieve a SoftLayer_Network_LoadBalancer_Global_Account record.
[Deprecated] Remove the required nameserver resource record for a global load balancer account.