NetScaler ADC is an application delivery controller that provides flexible delivery services for traditional, containerized and microservice applications from your data center or any cloud. It features unmatched security, superior L4-7 load balancing, reliable GSLB, and increased uptime. Plus, it helps you control costs by scaling capacity up when you need it and down when you don’t—and you can even share capacity across instances on premises and in the cloud.
In the face of new application architectures and evolving data center technologies, our software-based ADC simplifies deployment across any form factor, any hypervisor, any cloud. And our single API and management platform provides interoperability with any orchestration platform.
There’s a reason NetScaler ADC is deployed in thousands of enterprise networks. The industry-leading application delivery controller provides proven L4-7 load balancing and GSLB to ensure the best app performance and reliability.
This webinar provides you the opportunity to learn about the features of NetScaler, the tips and tricks of configuration and consult with the experts. Don’t miss this opportunity to have your say and find out what’s going on in the world of Application Delivery Control.
Check out more after the Citrix NetScaler Master Class go here to learn more at http://www.citrix.com/netscaler.
- NetScaler in Citrix environments “In the Spotlight”
- Case Study: NetScaler at BUPA – News and views
- What’s going on in the ADC world
- Master Class extra – Be heard and get the answers to all your questions
NetScaler was created to transform traditional networks into next-gen, app-driven enterprises. Designed for use in virtualized networks, it’s ideally suited to integrate with SDN and cloud orchestration systems. The platform combines the flexibility of virtualization with the resiliency, reliability, and performance of purpose-built network appliances. Eliminating the need for multiple physical devices, a single NetScaler can be deployed in a multi-tenant environment, while also offering traffic isolation and dedicated resources per tenant. Administrators can rightsize instances based on the workload required per tenant, with fine-grained control over the CPU, memory, and SSL hardware resources, to achieve performance goals.