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My team is working on deploying Qlik on an AWS multi-node solution, for which we require that proxies V1 and V2 Protocols as well as a "True Source ID".
Now we have a challenge with the management of the (ticket) sessions across the nodes:
Can Qlik’s Load Balancer manage sessions across the multinode solutions without an external (AWS) Load Balancer?
What are the pros/cons of enabling or disabling the AWS Load Balancer?
Would it be advisable to move to a authentication method that doesn't use Certs? What is the best solution given the above details?
Thank you, Nico
Hi @nfederico360insights Yes, Qlik Sense can manage sessions natively via its QPS (Qlik Proxy Service).Adding a Network Load Balancer ( ALB in your case) is generally recommended to allow your environment to be highly available (HA).Typically a NLB would redirect sessions to at least 2 QPS, so if one QPS is down it should still send users to other QPS. Resources that can help:https://community.qlik.com/t5/Knowledge/How-to-configure-Network-Loadbalancer-NLB-with-Qlik-Sense/ta...https://community.qlik.com/t5/Knowledge/Network-Load-Balancer-NLB-Requirements-for-Qlik-Sense-Enterp...Hope this helps
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Thank you @Alexis_Touet , Will circle back with the team and let you know if there are further details thy need. All the best,