Array Networks Virtual Application Delivery Controller (vADC) is Accessible from Microsoft Azure Marketplace

By CIOReview | Wednesday, January 6, 2016
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FREMONT, CA- As the use of virtualization and public, private and hybrid cloud within business landscape is increasing, organizations are finding enhanced need for solutions that allow applications to scale in the face of quickly expanding, and demanding user groups. Providing a solution to this requirement; Array Networks, specialized in application delivery networking made an announcement that the company’s vAPV virtual application delivery controller can now be accessed from Microsoft Azure Marketplace with immediate effects. By judiciously deputing load balancing tasks in numerous virtual servers, Array’s vAPV virtual ADCs will allow users deploying on the Microsoft Azure the capability to increase the availability, performance, and security of cloud-based services.

As per a survey conducted by Gartner, “Businesses should move from a model of physical devices allocated to specific applications, to one that takes advantage of physical, virtual and cloud-resident service elements to support the new device/browser/cloud-centric environment.” Hence, Array’s virtual application delivery controller on Azure facilitates advanced deployment models by implementing necessary network functions on a platform constructed around portability, orchestration, and utility pricing. Organizations can enjoy the benefits of the performance and control of enterprise-owned and operated datacenters and also gain the flexibility of cloud and virtualization by deploying Array’s vAPV on Azure.

In addition, reliability, ease of deployment and integration is assured after running the compatibility tests of the Array vAPV virtual appliance with Azure. Array provides ceaseless, monthly and annual subscription licenses which are compatible according to the resilient Azure platform. “We are excited to join the Azure Marketplace and offer application delivery solutions optimized for the Microsoft cloud,” says Paul Andersen, director of marketing at Array Networks. “This new deployment model is another important step towards Array’s vision of supporting mission-critical applications across enterprise data centers, and private and public clouds.”