Server Load Balancer and Application Delivery Controller

vThunder Pay-as-you-Go Licensing

vThunder Pay-as-you-Go is purpose-built for IaaS cloud service providers (CSP) and enterprises on all sizes to offer flexible, easy-to-deploy and subscription-based solutions. Deliver advanced L4-7 and networking tenant services to customers with automated metering, reporting, billing and license management.

 

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How it benefits your business

Simplify Cloud Services

Simplify Cloud Services

Offer customers on-demand ADC and CGN services on a subscription basis consistent with other IaaS cloud service offerings.

Eliminate Third-Party Costs

Eliminate Third-Party Costs

Remove the need for third-party billing tools with combined metered services and integrated billing.

Reduce TCO

Reduce TCO

Leverage cost-effective subscription models to deploy differentiated services, lowering the total cost of ownership and reducing CAPEX and OPEX requirements.

Key features: 

Both application delivery controller (ADC) and carrier grade networking (CGN)

ADC or CGN

Both application delivery controller (ADC) and carrier grade networking (CGN) solutions are available via the vThunder Pay-as-you-Go model.

Offer on-demand services to cloud customers on a subscription basis

Service consistency

Offer on-demand services to cloud customers on a subscription basis, similar to how they are accustomed to purchasing compute and storage services.

flexibility with two billing models

Automated licensing

Add flexibility with two billing models: the rental billing model (RBM) delivers a fixed bandwidth licensing per hour and the utility billing model (UBM) offers a per-byte consumption license option.

Easy task management

Easy task management

Streamline service deployment and management tasks by deploying, configuring and monitoring instances through our Global License Manager (GLM) and Local License Proxy (LLP).

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Client & Case Study

KDDI

Client case study description: 

KDDI leans on A10 vThunder line of virtual appliances as an application delivery controller (ADC) to provide load-balancing and security functionalities to its customers.