VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi Networks) provides multi-cloud load balancing, web application firewall and application analytics across on-premises data centers and any cloud. The software-defined platform delivers applications consistently across bare metal servers, virtual machines and containers to ensure a fast, scalable, and secure application experience. Learn how customers like Adobe, Deutsche Bank enjoy 90% faster provisioning and 50% lower total cost of ownership.
VMware is entering the application delivery controller (ADC) market as a strong leader with the acquisition of Avi Networks – an enterprise-grade, software-defined load balancing and web application firewall (WAF) solution. It helps deliver applications consistently in multi-cloud environments with industry’s only complete L2-L7 networking and security stack.
Advanced Load Balancing Accelerates Cloud Adoption
Simplify administration with centralized policies and operational consistency across on-premises data centers and public clouds, including VMware, OpenStack, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Free infrastructure teams from manual tasks and enable DevOps teams with self-service. Application delivery automation toolkits include Python SDK, RESTful APIs, Ansible and Terraform integrations.
Gain unprecedented insights, including network, end users and security with real-time application performance monitoring, closed-loop analytics and deep machine learning.
Extend applications services such as container ingress seamlessly to cloud-native applications in Kubernetes and OpenShift environments through a single platform a with modern, distributed architecture.
Modernize your data centers with SDN automation, software load balancers, and TCO savings of over 50%. Transform your legacy load balancers from F5 or Citrix to 100% software solutions.More on SDN solutions
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