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Published By: Citrix Systems     Published Date: Nov 10, 2014
ADCs are advanced load balancers with functions and features that enhance the performance of applications. Today, companies of all sizes with geographical dispersal of people and different data constructs require ADCs to optimize their complex application environments from web applications, to Exchange, SharePoint and databases. It is interesting that before the term ADC was used more recently (in the last decade), companies relied on load balancers for website availability and scalability. In this paper we will describe the fundamentals of a load balancing system and its evolution to an ADC.
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database, sharepoint, application, load balancer, performance, availability, website, scalability
    
Citrix Systems
Published By: Citrix Systems     Published Date: Nov 23, 2015
In this paper we will describe the fundamentals of a load balancing system and its evolution to an ADC
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citrix, adc, networks, applications, networking, storage, data center
    
Citrix Systems
Published By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Aug 15, 2013
Between the proliferation of mobile devices and the ever increasing amount of content on the web, DNS usage has seen a huge increase in recent years. Meanwhile, DNS continues to be a tempting target for attackers, and when they succeed in disrupting DNS, all external data center services are affected. For organizations confronting these growth and security challenges, F5’s new full proxy architecture for DNS provides a complete solution for global, local, and cloud load balancing.
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domain name system, dns, infrastructure, global, local, cloud load balancing, dns systems, dns infrastructure
    
F5 Networks Inc
Published By: NeoSpire Managed Hosting     Published Date: Sep 01, 2009
When a company creates a custom web application, it also creates a custom challenge. Traditional monitoring does not cover everything, but alerts if something goes wrong with the application are more important than ever. Learn the benefits of custom application monitoring and how NeoSpire can help. . Dramatically reduces the time to troubleshoot a failed web application . Provides complete overview of web transaction and web application performance, to proactively locate and fix bottlenecks in your web system . Improves customer experience and increase customer satisfaction with excellent performance of your web applications and e-business transactions . Eliminates the risk of loss of revenue and credibility . Increases the efficiency of mission-critical e-business operations and web applications
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application monitoring, load balancing system, neospire, benefits of testing, hardware monitoring, disk utilization, memory utilization, cpu load
    
NeoSpire Managed Hosting
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Today’s network edge is increasingly taking on a critical role in connecting users to the digital content and web services that they need to reach. This is driving a new approach to load balancing that starts at the edge. Powered by DNS, edge-based global load balancing (GLB) steers user traffic to destination endpoints based on IT-defined policies. GLB works independently or in concert with site-based, or on premises, load balancing technologies in a “federated” system. This approach applies load balancing and traffic steering policies at each layer from the user edge to the host—whether virtual or physical—where the request is actually served.
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geo-zoning, path, optimization, resource, asset, balancing, virtual, resource
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle Dyn     Published Date: Dec 06, 2017
Today’s network edge is increasingly taking on a critical role in connecting users to the digital content and web services that they need to reach. This is driving a new approach to load balancing that starts at the edge. Powered by DNS, edge-based global load balancing (GLB) steers user traffic to destination endpoints based on IT-defined policies. GLB works independently or in concert with site-based, or on premises, load balancing technologies in a “federated” system. This approach applies load balancing and traffic steering policies at each layer from the user edge to the host—whether virtual or physical—where the request is actually served.
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geo-zoning, path, optimization, resource, asset, balancing, virtual, resource
    
Oracle Dyn
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