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Multi-Tenant = Multi-Benefit.Meet the Enhanced AVX10650.

posted in ADC, Application Delivery Controllers, Global Server Load Balancing, Link Load Balancing, Multi-Tenant, Server Load Balancing, SSL Acceleration, SSL Offloading, Virtualized ADC by

Last week, Array announced the second generation of the AVX10650 virtualized application delivery controller. Why is this important? It gives IaaS providers unprecedented flexibility to support multiple customers while managing just one appliance (or two, for high availability). Or, enterprises can support multiple applications, user types, etc. – again, with just one appliance (or...

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03 Feb, 15

A Hybrid Virtual/Dedicated Model for SSL/TLS Offloading

posted in ADC, Application Delivery Controllers, SSL Acceleration, SSL Offloading by

In virtualized environments, SSL/TLS data encryption is commonly used to secure mission-critical and sensitive data as it transits to remote users and shared networks. Virtual application delivery controllers (ADCs) are also frequently deployed to provide SSL offloading from servers (reducing their load and thus improving performance) as well as application acceleration, load balancing across...

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13 Jan, 15

5 Reasons Why NFV Deserves to be on your Radar

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You may have read Array’s recent press release on joining the OPNFV Project, an open source reference platform for Network Functions Virtualization, as a founding member. While SDN (Software-Defined Networking) has gotten a lot of buzz in the media and other circles, NVF may actually have a much greater impact for corporate and service...

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11 Dec, 14

Slow is a No-Go: Why SSL Offloading Matters

posted in SSL Acceleration, SSL Offloading by

If you’ve optimized every possible element of your SSL-secured Web site, applications or SaaS deployment, but you’re still getting complaints about slow response times and endless waits, there’s a likely culprit at large: SSL processing overhead. The new, much-more-secure 2048-bit SSL standard, mandated earlier in 2014, is five times more compute-intensive than the previous...

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24 Nov, 14