• Virtual Load Balancing Solutions

  • Consolidate and Virtualize Your Infrastructure with a Radware Virtual Load Balancer

    Radware created the industry's first Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure (VADI), which allows you to integrate compute resources plus application delivery controller (ADC) and virtualization services into an integrated, agile and easily scalable virtualized infrastructure. Radware's VADI transforms a standard application delivery infrastructure into a flexible, virtual application delivery control plane.

    VADI offers all the form factors you need to make the most of your virtualization efforts:

    Alteon - a dedicated application delivery controller (ADC)

    ADC-VX, the industry's first ADC hypervisor

    Alteon Virtual Appliance (VA) - ADC running on general server

    vDirect plug-in for data center orchestration of vADCs

  • Data Center Consolidation & Virtualization

    To meet the demanding challenges of successful ADC consolidation and virtualization, Radware offers ADC-VX, an ADC consolidation and a virtual load balancer platform based on a specialized ADC hypervisor. ADC-VX is built on a unique architecture that virtualizes the resources of Alteon including CPU, memory, network and acceleration resources. This specialized hypervisor runs vADCs where each vADC virtual load balancer delivers full ADC functionality. Each vADC contains a complete and separated environment of resources, OS, configurations and management. ADC-VX enables organizations to successfully consolidate and virtualize ADC hardware devices without compromising resiliency or performance predictability of ADC services.

  • Desktop Virtualization

    Radware’s integrated solution of Alteon and LinkProof prevents user downtime with 24/7 connectivity, maximizes performance of Internet links to improve user experience and optimizes the network path for virtual desktop users through advanced health monitoring and performance checks. Our desktop virtual load balancer provides 24/7 access for virtual desktop users by ensuring the virtual desktop management (VDM) application is fully available and better performing. It improves VDM security server performance by offloading CPU-intensive SSL decryption from VDM secure servers to the network.