A single anycast IP address is the frontend for all of your backend instances in regions around the world. It provides cross-region load balancing, including automatic multi-region failover, which moves traffic to failover backends if your primary backends become unhealthy. Instantaneously to changes in users, traffic, network, backend health, and other related conditions.
 Load Balancing
Software-defined load balancing. Cloud Load Balancing is a fully distributed, software-defined, managed service for all your traffic. It is not an instance-based or device-based solution, so you won't be locked into a physical load-balancing infrastructure or face the HA, scale, and management challenges inherent in instance-based load balancers.
 Cloud Servers
A cloud server is a pooled, centralized server resource that is hosted and delivered over a network—typically the Internet—and accessed on demand by multiple users. Cloud servers can perform all the same functions of a traditional physical server, delivering processing power, storage and applications.