St. Petersburg College Utilizes the AX Series Multi-tenancy Features to Manage Campus-wide Applications
With increasing enrollment, St. Petersburg College needed to renew its network architecture due to this fast growth, seeking a solution to manage an ever-growing number of applications as well as the flexibility to provide multi-tenancy while maintaining performance. Virtualization has proven to be an effective solution to multiple IT issues, reducing application complexity and speeding up implementation time. The AX Series provides a straightforward, clear solution for higher density and higher performance multi-tenant ADCs, managing a growing number of applications with the flexibility to partition the ADPs for the college's new network architecture.
McMaster University Deploys AX Series for Blackboard Education Learning System
Simplifying Blackboard Deployment: The AX Series was chosen by McMaster in a high availability configuration for maximum redundancy. In addition to delivering twice the performance at half the price of the competitors, AX Series satisfied the functional requirements as well as solving some key implementation issues.
Bentley University Selects AX Series to Make Oracle Web Portal More Responsive and Keep Down Cost
Bentley wanted to add Web Caching and SSL Off-load features to the BIG-IPs to alleviate the load on the servers, but F5 required expensive licenses for these features. So the University evaluated alternative solutions from A10, Citrix (NetScaler) and Zeus, finally selecting A10's AX Series Application Delivery Controllers (ADC).
University of the Arts London Selects AX Series to Scale Application Delivery
In 2009, University of the Arts London began a new Web service project to create a new architecture capable of providing optimized content delivery to site visitors. They selected the AX Series to replace the aging Radware devices with a higher-performance and scalable solution. The AX Series met and exceeded the project's functional requirements with additional features.