The other feature provided by Traefik is load balancing. Let's consider the system of the previous part, composed of two services and serving static files. If such a system is really deployed this way, then as soon as one service becomes unavailable, the application does not work anymore. Such a system is clearly not a reactive system as defined in Chapter 1, An Introduction to Reactive Programming: it is not resilient and not elastic.
However, if the services are really implemented independently of each other, and in a stateless way, then it becomes possible to execute several instances of each service, and use any of the instances to serve incoming requests. This is shown in the following figure: