Product Id: 33112518
Description: Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager Advanced Edition - License - 50 Gbps throughput - Linux, Solaris
Mfr Part #: BR-ADC-STAT-ADV50M-P-01
Take control of your online applications with Brocade vTM (formerly SteelApp Traffic Manager). Enhance customer experience, inspect traffic in real-time, control service levels to differentiate users and services, and reduce your costs with an extensible delivery platform that can grow with your business using ADC-as-a-Service.
- Application-aware optimization for virtual and cloud services
- Global load balancing with intelligent service routing
- Inspect traffic in real time and control services levels
- Auto-scale applications with service-level monitoring
- N+M clustering for increased reliability and scalability
- Global load balancing even between cloud regions
- Service-level monitoring with application auto-scaling
- Cloud bursting and cloud balancing
- Protect against traffic surges and unwanted requests
- Enhanced user experience
Enhance your customer experience and grow your business with more attractive and responsive services. Brocade boosts data center efficiency through smart load balancing and traffic management, at the same time delivering a faster, more secure and reliable user experience.
- Higher performance
Increase the efficiency of your systems and boost the throughput of application servers by up to 50%, with intelligent load-balancing and by offloading compute-intensive functions such as SSL and compression. Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager also includes dynamic content caching for enhanced performance.
- Lower costs with cloud economics
Reduce costs with flexible licensing. Brocade ADC products are a new breed of ADC that is natively designed for virtualization and cloud portability. As a pure software solution intended for the widest variety of deployments, Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager enables a more flexible on-demand application delivery strategy, and provides a common delivery platform that can grow with your business using ADC-as-a-Service.