If you're interested in cost savings through consolidation and virtualization, ADC-VX deserves your undivided attention.
Radware's ADC-VX is ideal for large enterprises, hosting and service providers as well as cloud providers that want to significantly reduce costs by consolidating multiple dedicated ADC devices into a single consolidated ADC device. It is designed from the ground up to enable consolidation of ADC hardware devices without compromising resiliency or performance predictability of ADC services. This results in significant savings of hardware costs and operational expenses.
ADC-VX is the industry's first application delivery controller hypervisor that runs multiple virtual ADC instances on a dedicated ADC hardware, Radware's OnDemand Switch platforms. This specialized hypervisor runs fully functional virtual ADC instances each of which delivers ADC functionality just like a dedicated physical ADC device, including:
Local and global server load balancing
Application acceleration through FastView
Layer 7 aware content redirection and modification
Application specific optimized templates, automation and reports through AppShape
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If you need to proactively maintain your application performance and protect service level agreements (SLAs) ADC-VX deserves more of your attention. Simply put, ADC-VX ensures that critical application SLAs are assured.
ADC-VX provides the agility and the simplicity that is required in the virtualized data center, driving faster deployment of new services and better alignment of ADC services with frequent configuration changes and changing business needs. For example, with ADC-VX you can scale resources allocated to specific virtual ADC instances without impacting other applications and migrate a virtual ADC instance when more capacity is needed.
Since each virtual ADC instance contains a complete and separated environment of resources, configurations and management, complete fault isolation is assured and applications cannot steal shared system resources.
Unlike our competitors, ADC-VX offers a dedicated platform resources and OS, with a separate virtual ADC per application.
Radware's Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure (VADI) is an architecture which transforms computing resources and application delivery and virtualization services into one integrated, agile and scalable application delivery virtualization infrastructure. It is designed to bridge the gap across underlying hardware resources and serve the various application needs in terms of SLA and performance predictability while delivering maximum agility to application delivery services. In essence, Radware's VADI transforms a standard application delivery infrastructure into an agile virtual application delivery control plane.
Deployment of application delivery services requires deep understanding of the application and takes weeks of staff work to configure, optimize and test the application. To accelerate and optimize the application delivery services, Radware offers AppShape™. AppShape technology reduces deployment time of application delivery services by 86%, while guaranteeing maximum value for each business critical application in terms of availability, performance and security.
AppShape offers configuration templates and wizards for leading business applications such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Lync, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle 10g, PeopleSoft, SAP ERP and more.
AppShape helps users setup and configure all the required ADC options in a user friendly format, including application server information, specific application health checks and redundancy options.