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CloudHub Dedicated Load Balancer Release Notes


February 19, 2019

Features and Updates

  • Improved DLB URL encoding support

    The new behavior for DLB URL encoding is:

    • If you select Keep URL encoding, the DLB passes the entire request URI to the CloudHub worker as is (unchanged).

      Previously, with this option selected, the DLB passed only the %20 and %23 characters as is.

    • If you deselect Keep URL encoding, the DLB decodes the encoded part of the request URI before passing it to the CloudHub worker.

    The change takes place after restarting the DLB.


December 12, 2019

Features and Updates

  • Improved capacity limits for Dedicated Load Balancer (DLB)

    The DLB connection capacity has been improved. This improvement increases the resiliency of the DLB in scenarios when a degraded, high-volume, backend CloudHub application exhausts resources on the DLB.

  • Mule application response timeout feature

    A Timeout in Seconds field has been added to the DLB configuration settings. You can use this setting to specify the response timeout value from the Mule runtime engine. The default is 300 seconds.


October 5, 2019

Features and Updates

  • User-initiated updates

    The CloudHub dedicated load-balancer service provides quarterly updates that include the latest OS and security patches.

    When an update is available, the Update button appears on the load balancers page and on the details page for the individual load balancer.

  • Updated dedicated load balancer server

    Security updates and patches


July 2019

Features and Updates

  • Upstream TLS 1.2 functionality

  • WS and WSS support added to existing HTTP and HTTPS support

  • Updated dedicated load balancer server

    Security updates and patches, which occur when the load balancer restarts



  • Improved log rotation

  • Security updates and patches

  • Performance and resiliency improvements



  • Remove deprecated 3DES ciphers from the accepted cipher suite.

  • Entitlements for load balancers are now enforced per business group.

  • Introduce TLS keepalives to upstream HTTPS applications, improving performance.



  • Static IPs are no longer required for load balancers.

  • Improved reliability and monitoring of load balancers.

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