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Open-source Solana Balancer

Extrnode was conceived as a solution to optimize Solana HTTP for cost-effectiveness and improved speed. As part of this initiative, we've developed an open-source public load balancer. This load balancer offers a convenient alternative for accessing Solana HTTP RPC without the need to run a node or subscribe to external RPC providers.

To seamlessly integrate our open-source load balancer into your Solana decentralized applications (dApps) on the mainnet, follow these simple steps:

  1. Execute the following Docker command on your machine:

    docker run -d -p 8000:80 --name solana-lb_c extrnode/solana-lb

    This command initiates the load balancer container, making it accessible on port 8000 of your local machine.

  2. Configure your decentralized application (dApp) to connect to the following endpoint:


By connecting to the provided port, your dApp will effectively utilize our open-source load balancer to interact with Solana HTTP RPC, optimizing performance and resource utilization.

This straightforward integration allows you to benefit from the enhanced efficiency of Extrnode's load balancer, ensuring a cost-effective and rapid experience for your Solana-based decentralized applications.