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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Today’s network edge is increasingly taking on a critical role in connecting users to the digital content and web services that they need to reach. This is driving a new approach to load balancing that starts at the edge. Powered by DNS, edge-based global load balancing (GLB) steers user traffic to destination endpoints based on IT-defined policies. GLB works independently or in concert with site-based, or on premises, load balancing technologies in a “federated” system. This approach applies load balancing and traffic steering policies at each layer from the user edge to the host—whether virtual or physical—where the request is actually served.
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Published By: Oracle Dyn     Published Date: Dec 06, 2017
Today’s network edge is increasingly taking on a critical role in connecting users to the digital content and web services that they need to reach. This is driving a new approach to load balancing that starts at the edge. Powered by DNS, edge-based global load balancing (GLB) steers user traffic to destination endpoints based on IT-defined policies. GLB works independently or in concert with site-based, or on premises, load balancing technologies in a “federated” system. This approach applies load balancing and traffic steering policies at each layer from the user edge to the host—whether virtual or physical—where the request is actually served.
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Published By: ANSYS     Published Date: Aug 28, 2019
The most problematic scenario engineers encounter when analyzing large deformation solutions using the finite element method is convergence issues due to mesh distortion. This is typical, for example, during simulation of elastomeric sealing or metal forming applications. Complex nonlinearities due to mechanical and/or thermal behavior arise in such cases from inherent material properties, geometric changes and establishment or separation of contact interfaces. The manual rezoning feature which was released in ANSYS 10.0 gave analysts a highly customizable, albeit labor-intensive, workflow to change and repair the mesh whenever needed after an unconverged solution. However, since the release of ANSYS 15.0, the latest “NonLinear ADaptivity” (NLAD) feature and accompanying enhancements are as automatic as one can imagine for repairing mesh distortion, overcoming convergence difficulties, refining the mesh to capture local phenomenon and achieving the “true” design solution.
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