Core to the A10 Harmony platform, the A10 Harmony™ Controller delivers centralized management and analytics for secure application services in any underlying infrastructure — from traditional on-premise environments to public, private and hybrid clouds.
Traditional data center infrastructure does not provide the agility and scalability needed to cost-effectively meet cloud IaaS demands. Manual service provisioning and managing a broad range of compute, storage and network infrastructure is time-consuming and requires significant process overhead.
Manage your hybrid environments with a multi-cloud, multi-service offering. Lightning ADS will give you centralized visibility and intelligence derived from per-app analytics, increasing business efficiency for operations teams and enhancing the end-user experience.
Use A10 Lightning Application Delivery Service (ADS) as a core component of your disaster recovery architecture to enhance business continuity across applications running on-premises, or in public and private clouds.
Create recipes to automate, set up, configure and deploy cloud applications and infrastructure using Chef and the A10 Lightning Application Delivery Service (ADS) for continuous operations of production environments.
Continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) encompasses all the activities that ensures the real-time deployment of code into production. The practice of continuous deployment delivers significant advantages across the organization. For the CEO, CD means the ability to respond to new business opportunities. For the CTO, it’s about better service efficiency. For the line manager, CD provides better schedule visibility. For the DevOps team, it’s about sharing tools and processes. For the application developer, it speeds time to production with higher quality.
Traditional on-premise, enterprise-centric data centers are revealing their limitations via reduced agility, no self-service, restricted automaton and operational burdens. Their applications also rely on redundant and highly optimized architectures to maintain high availability and robust operation.
Such infrastructures result in severe over-provisioning and excessive operation costs. The time to introduce new or updated applications are typically measured in months, with a commensurate delay in time to revenue.
To overcome these roadblocks, application-centric organizations are realizing the solution lies in moving toward cloud-based environments and are accelerating their adoption of cloud-native application architectures. Yet, this brings its own set of challenges.