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May 31, 2019

How to Simplify Advanced Load Balancing in a Complex Multi-Cloud Environment

With the average enterprise are leveraging almost five clouds on average*, load balancing isn’t getting any simpler. In infrastructures of that size with applications deployed across multiple private and public clouds, leveraging load-balancing services from IaaS providers (such as AWS' ELB) just aren’t going to cut it. How can organizations ensure effective, efficient load balancing…

May 1, 2019

Secure Application Delivery for Hyper-Converged Infrastructures

Today, every organization is undergoing digital transformation. Digital transformation will enable organizations of all sizes compete by using the right technology to drive innovation and time-to-market. Key to this is using the right hardware and software to simplify enterprise IT infrastructure, reduce cost and deploy innovative solutions that drive growth. Organizations have a lot of…

April 16, 2019

Multi-cloud? No worries - with Secure Application Delivery from A10 Networks

Join A10 Networks at Nutanix .NEXT 2019 — the data center and cloud conference where IT professionals explore best practices for building and running enterprise clouds. Be sure to stop by our booth to see how A10 Networks’ “Nutanix Ready” solutions ensure that application delivery is visible, secure, and automated.  The number of applications continues…

April 15, 2019

New Solutions for Building Resilience and Defending Networks at TechNet Cyber 2019

The cyberspace battlefield has changed. It’s no longer a place where perpetrators merely launch one-off DDoS attacks or infiltrate networks with malware. It’s now a space where persistent barrages direct a torrent of continuous assaults on political, economic, and security interests. TechNet Cyber (formerly the Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium) brings security leaders from the military,…

March 21, 2019

F5's Acquisition of NGINX: Close but not Quite

Many of our customers might be asking if F5's acquisition of NGINX will have an impact on A10 Networks and our ADC product line. In short, it doesn't. While F5 has denied this is a defensive acquisition, there's really no other way to see it. The industry is very quickly moving to new software form…

March 12, 2019

Impressions from MWC Barcelona: 5G is FINALLY here and Security is a Top Concern

After almost five years of talk, 5G is finally arriving. I had an opportunity to attend MWC Barcelona this year, and the innovations and challenges of 5G were on full display. A number of operators announced their 5G launch plans for 2019, and several manufacturers announced 5G handsets. With this backdrop, security is beginning to…

March 5, 2019

Ludicrous Performance for Software SSL

There are many recognized benefits to moving more network functions from hardware to software, including flexibility and scalability. And as service providers prepare for 5G, using virtualized network functions will be increasingly required to deal with the performance and scalability needs that are beyond current 4G infrastructures. The same benefits are true for enterprises who…

January 29, 2019

What is NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) & VNF (Virtualized Network Functions)?

Among network engineers, VNF and NFV are discussed frequently but not without some confusion. In simple term, VNF stands for virtualized network function, and commonly refers to the software form of network appliances such as a router, firewall, load-balancer etc. VNFs are mostly deployed as virtual machines (VMs) on Linux KVM or VMware vSphere hypervisors…