Product Updates

Last updated: 2020-05-21 18:19:38

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April 2020

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The feature of storing access logs in COS will be deactivated The feature of storing access logs in COS will stop accepting new enablement requests after 00:00:00, May 15, 2020 (00:00:00, April 26, 2020 for the Guangzhou region) and will be officially disused after 00:00:00, June 30, 2020. Please use the upgraded feature of storing access logs in CLS. April 21, 2020 Announcement on the Deactivation of the Feature of Storing CLB Access Logs in COS

November 2019

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CLB supports adding shared bandwidth package Bill-by-IP CLB supports IP bandwidth package. November 20, 2019 Shared Bandwidth Package - Overview

October 2019

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IPv6 is supported
  • An IPv6 CLB instance is bound to an IPv6 address of a CVM instance and provides an IPv6 VIP address.
  • IPv6 CLB is load balancing implemented based on the IPv6 single stack technology. It can collaborate with IPv4 CLB to implement IPv6/IPv4 dual-stack communication.
  • October 17, 2019 Creating IPv6 CLB Instances
    Access logs can be stored to CLS Layer-7 CLB access logs can be configured for storage in CLS with online search supported at a 1-minute granularity. October 15, 2019 Storing Access Logs in CLS
    Private network CLB supports redirection Private network layer-7 CLB supports configuring redirection. October 15, 2019 Layer-7 Redirection Configuration

    May 2019

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    Tag authentication is supported CLB supports tag-based permission management. May 7, 2019 Tag - Overview

    April 2019

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    ENIs can be bound CLB supports binding ENIs, which can forward traffic to the private IPs corresponding to multiple ENIs on the same CVM instance. April 30, 2019 Binding ENIs

    November 2018

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    Anycast CLB is supported Anycast CLB supports global dynamic acceleration. Its VIP is published in multiple regions around the world. The client connects to the nearest POP, and the traffic will be forwarded to a CVM instance through the high-speed internet of Tencent Cloud IDC. November 27, 2018 Creating Anycast CLB Instances
    IPv6 NAT64 is supported An IPv6 NAT64 CLB instance can be created. Its VIP is an IPv6 public IP address, which will forward requests from IPv6 clients to the backend IPv4 CVM instance, so that the real server can access IPv6 in a matter of seconds with no modifications required. November 15, 2018 Creating IPv6 NAT64 CLB Instances

    October 2018

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    The TCP SSL protocol is supported CLB supports the TCP SSL protocol, which is suitable for scenarios where ultra-high performance is required and large-scale TLS offload is performed. October 12, 2018 Configuring TCP SSL Listeners

    August 2018

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    SNI is supported CLB supports SNI multi-domain name certificate, so you can configure different certificates for multiple domain names under one listener as needed. August 21, 2018 CLB Support for SNI Multi-Domain Name Certificate

    April 2018

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    Security group is supported Public network CLB supports binding security groups to control and isolate inbound and outbound traffic. April 15, 2018 Configuring CLB Security Groups

    March 2018

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    Layer-7 custom CLB configuration is supported Layer-7 configuration parameters of CLB instances can be set. March 27, 2018 Custom Layer-7 Configuration
    Access logs can be stored to COS Access logs of public network layer-7 CLB instances can be stored to COS for easier analysis and troubleshooting. March, 2018 Storing Access Logs in COS

    September 2017

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    Cross-region binding is supported You can select the regions of real servers for cross-VPC and cross-region binding. September 2017 Cross-Region Binding of CLB

    June 2017

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    CAM authentication is supported Cloud Access Management (CAM) is used to manage the access permissions for the resources under Tencent Cloud accounts. You can use the identity management and policy management features to control which CLB resources can be accessed by which sub-accounts. June 2017 CAM - Overview

    April 2017

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    Layer-7 redirection is supported You can configure redirection on layer-7 HTTP/HTTPS listeners, such as redirection from HTTP to HTTPS. April 8, 2017 Layer-7 Redirection Configuration
    Weighted least-connection scheduling is supported for round robin algorithms The weighted least-connection scheduling algorithm schedules requests based on the processing capabilities and weights of real servers to make the load more balanced. April 8, 2017 Weighted Least-Connection Scheduling

    November 2016

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    Layer-7 domain name and URL forwarding is supported Layer-7 HTTP/HTTPS protocols are supported to provide flexible forwarding capabilities based on domain names and URL paths. November 2016 Layer-7 Forwarded Domain Name and URL Rule Description

    April 2016

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    Layer-7 HTTP and HTTPS protocols are supported Layer-7 HTTP and HTTPS protocols are application layer protocols. Layer-7 listeners support cookie-based session persistence and HTTP return code-based health check. April 2016 Layer-7 Listener

    April 2015

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    VPC is supported A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a logically isolated custom network space in Tencent Cloud. CLB instances in VPC can help you deploy and isolate services flexibly. April 2015 VPC

    December 2014

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    CLB is launched CLB provides secure and fast traffic distribution services. It can seamlessly allocate the required load balancing capacity to automatically distribute application access traffic among multiple CVM instances in the cloud, which enables you to achieve a higher level of application fault tolerance. December 12, 2014 CLB