There are multiple benefits of using DNN load balancing.
Benefits of DNN Load Balancing
Boosts up the Servers' performance with its excellent features of distributing a load of traffic on the website on multiple servers, it is the best way to improve the servers' performance. When the load is not on only one server, its version of the server will not be affected. Too much load on one server can result in its tripping and lousy performance. So, it is one of the main benefits of DNN load balancing.
In DotNetNuke, load balancing can also be stated as a web farm configuration. That web farm configuration that DNN supports on the initial level is two or more than two front. Web servers can also be referred to as webheads, and whose IIS website directories can be mapped to a common UNC share on any remote file server. The UNC share consists of the application source code and any static content for some individual sites.
UNC share has application source code and also any static content for different individual sites as well. Over there, every web server gets connected with a remote database server for getting dynamic application content from them. In this configuration, you can also remove any web server from the farm without even creating any disturbance in the users' services who are browsing those sites.
Above mentioned primary method for support can provide the best consistency and reliability in managing files and keeping them in a synchronized way among all the machines on the farm. In some alternative configurations, however, the servers can be configured for using file replication services. In that case, there cannot be any central file server; instead of that, every web server carries its directory that is mapped to a local folder for access. In DotNetNuke, this setup is just slightly different, but the functionality is the same.