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Hi John

I am really the impressed the way you explained the book. It is mind blowing.

I could see this topic with sample code alone is missing "Running Multiple instances of zuul", so that
zuul servers can be load balanced. In case we are running one zuul server and it fails to respond.

Only the above example is missing. If you could help me find any article about this scenario or adding them in this book
would be much helpful. I couldn't find any examples in internet.
John C Carnell (44) [Avatar] Offline

Usually if you are going to load balance between Zuul you are going to use a stateless load-balance in front of them (e.g HAProxy or if you are in the cloud an Amazon ELB). I try to dissuade people from using traditional load balancers and have your services register with directly with them, but for things like a Zuul server it makes sense to have a load balancer in front of them.