Array Networks Unveils the Availability of Subscription Based Virtual ADC
FREMONT, CA: Array Networks, a provider of application delivery networking included subscription-based virtual application delivery controllers (ADCs) in the Amazon Web Services Marketplace (AWS Marketplace). AWS Marketplace is an online store that allows users to find, buy, and instantly start using the software and services that run on cloud.
The new subscription based virtual ADC offerings promote the existing Array ‘Bring-Your-Own-License’ (BYOL) solutions available in AWS Marketplace. It allows customers to purchase the Array solutions directly from AWS on an hourly or yearly basis, in comparison to the BYOL offerings that require customers to purchase a license from Array. Both yearly and hourly subscriptions are available in four different sizes such as entry, small, medium and large, meeting the needs of any business, irrespective of its size.
“We are dedicated to meeting our customers’ evolving application deployment requirements and expanding Array’s offerings in the AWS Marketplace is a great step to broadening access to guaranteed performance in virtualized infrastructures,” says Paul Andersen, Director of Marketing at Array Networks.
The AWS Cloud is a feature that facilitates the purchase of all the storage, server and networking for companies migrating to the cloud. The process also helps the firms to scale the increase in demand for their products and services using Array’s vAPV ADCs. For those that have adopted the Array ADCs in their own data centers, it is now possible to migrate to AWS and have an identical application delivery solution on AWS Cloud for back-up capacity.
Carrying over its expertise in the field of mobile and cloud computing, Array Networks has gained esteemed recognition from industry experts including Red Herring, Deloitte and Frost & Sullivan for its operational excellence, technical innovation, and market opportunity analysts.
“Customers are beginning to combine traditional hardware appliances with virtual solutions and cloud hosted solutions to create architectures that best suit technical and business requirements,” adds Andersen.
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