You configure load balancing for all services and components related to Platform Services Controllers (PSC) using an NSX Edge load balancer. 


The first step in deploying load balancing for the Platform Services Controller is to deploy the edge services gateway.


Create an application profile to define the behavior of a particular type of network traffic. After configuring a profile, you associate the profile with a virtual server. The virtual server then processes traffic according to the values specified in the profile. Using profiles enhances your control over managing network traffic, and makes traffic-management tasks easier and more efficient.


A server pool consists of backend server members. After you create a server pool, you associate a service monitor with the pool to manage and share the backend servers flexibly and efficiently.


After load balancing is set up, the NSX load balancer distributes network traffic across multiple servers. When a virtual server receives a request, it chooses the appropriate pool to send traffic to. Each pool consists of one or more members. You create virtual servers for all of the configured server pools.


You must modify the DNS Address in Region A after setting up load balancing.