• Advanced Core Operating SystemOverview

    Discover how A10 Networks' ACOS is increasingly the platform of choice for enterprises, service providers, Web giants and government organizations seeking to optimize the performance and security of their data center applications and networks.

  • Micron 21 chose A10 Networks ADCs for their flexibility and performanceOverview

    Micron21’s data centre in Melbourne, Australia, is home to thousands of clients representing hundreds of thousands of Internet websites and cloud services, including local, national and international businesses and government agencies.

    When Micron21 began searching for a more effective load-balancing solution, the chosen technology needed to meet extremely high standards. Micron 21 chose A10 Networks ADCs for their flexibility and performance, with a capability of running 20 gigabits worth of load balance performance per device.

  • SSL Insight: Find out how A10 helps solve today's encryption challengesOverview

    Internet users have security and privacy concerns which is compelling more website owners to encrypt application traffic. While corporations encrypt more and more traffic, it is creating a blind spot in corporate networks. 

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Application Acceleration and Server Load Balancing

  • A10 Helps Microsoft Disrupt Notorious ZeroAccess Botnet Overview

    On The Whiteboard editor Pamela Woon talks to the Digital Crimes Unit who fights organized crime on the Internet.

  • aXAPI: REST-based Application Programming Interface (API)Overview

    The aXAPI is a REST-based Application Programming Interface (API) enabling remote interaction from third-party applications to control an A10 Networks AX Series server load balancer.


  • Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB)Overview

    A10 Networks Systems Engineer, Todd Harcourt, presents an overview to Global Server Load Balancing and how A10 Networks can help manage traffic to multiple geographic sites and also provide disaster recovery for a backup site.


  • Introducing The AX 3030 Application Delivery ControllerOverview

    A10 Networks introduces the AX 3030, a new 1U appliance in our AX Series Application Delivery Controller family that lowers the barrier to entry for 10 gigabit connectivity. 


  • Introduction to the AX Series aFleX Scripting ToolOverview

    The AX Series aFleX scripting tool enables advanced, highly-flexible and efficient Layer 7 traffic management. aFleX technology is based on the industry-standard TCL programming language. aFleXs do not introduce performance degradation, even when numerous features are turned on, due to AXs scalable Advanced Core Operating System (ACOS) architecture that is tuned for multi-core CPUs.


  • The AX 1030 Application Delivery ControllerOverview

    A10 Networks introduces the AX 1030, a high-performance entry level Application Delivery Controller in our AX Series family.

  • The AX 3200-12 Application Delivery ControllerOverview

    A10 Networks' AX 3200-12 delivers high performance and network attack protection in a mid-range Application Delivery Controller.

  • The AX 3400 Application Delivery ControllerOverview

    A10 Networks' AX 3400 delivers exceptional performance and network attack protection in a mid-range Application Delivery Controller, previously available only in the high end ADC market.


  • The AX 5200-11 Application Delivery ControllerOverview

    A10 Networks introduces the AX 5200-11, the world's fastest Application Delivery Controller, the new high-end model in our AX Series family.

  • Virtual Chassis Solution for Application DeliveryOverview

    The AX Virtual Chassis System (aVCS) allows our customer to have a single point of management for up to eight AX Series devices and increases the total aggregate throughput within a virtual chassis system.

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Network DDoS Protection

  • The Importance of Performance for Mitigating DDoS AttacksOverview

    DDoS attacks are devastating because of their large-scale impact. The large botnets send tenacious service requests and a high number of large data packets, all with the goal to render a service unavailable. The scale of traffic volume or service requests requires a defense solution with a lot of horsepower to analyze the voluminous traffic and take appropriate action. That said, it is important to validate your solution's performance in your own environment to ensure predictable operations in the real world. in this video A10 Networks and Ixia discuss the importance of performance for mitigating DDoS attacks.

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Case Studies

  • C4L defends against DDoS attacks with A10 Networks Thunder TPSOverview

    C4L, a data center colocation and connectivity solutions provider, selected the A10 Networks Thunder TPS Threat Protection Systems to mitigate sophisticated distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and improve service availability. C4L will also use the A10 Thunder TPS platform to launch a new set of services, delivering additional DDoS protection for clients across its 300 network-connected locations.

  • Tremor Video selects A10 Networks next-gen ADC for present and future scalability requirements Overview

    Tremor Videos' Senior Director of Systems Engineering, Presley Acuna, shares why A10 Networks was selected to meet their high-volume video advertising demands. Their need to consolidate disparate platforms that meet current and anticipated performance requirement was met. And A10's world class support team provided Tremor Video with the necessary tools from beginning to end for a quick and efficient deployment.

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  • ID Series: Network Identity Management Featuring User Self-Service for Password ManagementOverview

    A10 Networks' User Self Service Web Portal for Password Management Empowering users to reset forgotten passwords, change existing/ expiring passwords and update approved information across multiple data stores One of the most popular ID Series features is the User Self-Service Web Portal. The reason for this is clearly driven by the burden of password resets and related activity on the IT staff. Although password resets are one of the most frequent issues for IT staff, additional drivers such as the need for non-repudiation of passwords (the user should be the only one who knows their password), reducing complexity of password expiration across multiple systems and seamless 24x7 support are also critical.

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