I'm familiar with the idea of global load balancing by manipulating the resolved IP address based on proximity and availability.
Assuming proximity testing is not possible or appropriate due to the location of the CSS in relation to the content/customer is it possible to use the CSS to resolve a name to a preffered IP address and if that IP address is not currently serving content to fallback to a less preferred IP Address.
eg. If we've got content in UK and Japan - but no CSS in Japan, can we just "prefer" the content in Japan for our Japanese customers - but direct them to the UK content if the Japanese content is broken ?
The model I'm alluding to is scalable distributed static content but centralised CSS for redundancy and dynamic backend systems.
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