Thunder Hybrid Virtual Appliances (HVA)
Hybrid Physical and Multi-Tenant ADC and CGN Solutions for Web Hosting and Enterprises
Thunder HVA delivers fully independent virtualized multi-tenancy with application delivery controller (ADC) and carrier grade networking (CGN) functionality on a single accelerated hardware device designed for enterprise data centers and Web hosting providers.
How it benefits your business
Customize application delivery
Accelerate server response times and improve application availability and security with independent tenants and granular policy configurations.
Turn one ADC into dozens
Simplify CAPEX and OPEX objectives by segmenting network traffic into multiple, independent streams with each HVA tenant processing application data.
Enhance data center performance
Simplify data center architecture and operations with high-performance hardware and software in a compact form factor optimized for data center deployments.
Isolate tenant resources
Segment and isolate traffic and network resources on a per-tenant basis to ensure consistent policy, performance, security and compliance.
Use multi-tenancy with up to 40 vThunder instances for strong tenant isolation, data separation and individual policy management.
Deploy multiple virtual appliances with complete isolation for separate business applications or tenants — all with common ADC or CGN features.
Enable faster network speeds and lower latency with single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV) SSL hardware acceleration to offload CPU-intensive SSL encryption and decryption processing.
Empower Web hosting and IaaS cloud customers with on-demand instances and dynamic L4-L7 service insertion according to tenant- or provider-defined policies.
Deploy, manage and monitor multiple vThunder instances through a single management control plane.
Patch, upgrade or downgrade versions on a per-instance basis without impacting services on other tenants.
Use application delivery partitions (ADP) and L3 virtualization (L3V) features to run multiple customers or applications on a single instance while keeping traffic separate for each customer or application.