Finally we're moving our company website from HTTP to HTTPS (because of Chrome that show a Not Secure warning for all pages served over HTTP).
In my experience I know it is better have TLS handshaking configured on load balancers, because this will remove the overhead from Web Servers.
But the person who manage the network discouraged me to configure HTTPS on load balancers because of security concerns. In a few word he explained me that have the https on our load balancers put our website in a risky position, for example we are more vulnerabile to DDOS attack.
Is this true?
What are the security drawbacks of having SSL configured directly on load balancer and what if I have SSL configured on a WebServer/Reverse Proxy?