Radware®, a leading provider of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers, today announced it is offering its Alteon Virtual Appliance (VA)® for Amazon Web Services (AWS) a cloud-based application delivery controller available as a "Pay as you Go" and a "Bring Your Own License" (BYOL) model on AWS Marketplace.
Radware's Alteon VA for AWS provides advanced and comprehensive application delivery capabilities needed to effectively meet challenges of application deployment, SSL acceleration, and application delivery in today's data centers. Its availability on AWS Marketplace allows Radware customers to deploy mission critical applications on Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) with ease.
Additional benefits include:
• Intuitive Application performance monitoring for any web application providing visibility on how long requests are processed in the datacenter, in transit or in the web browser.
• Built-in global server load balancing solution to optimally distribute application traffic between sites and availability zones based on granular policies and preferences.
• Security capabilities offering out of the box DoS protection.
• Maximized total cost of ownership (TCO) of the Amazon Cloud; use only what is required with on-demand Alteon VA instances.
"We're excited that customers are able to buy Radware's Alteon VA easily on AWS Marketplace," says Terry Hanold, Vice President, Cloud Commerce, Amazon Web Services, Inc. "Customers see the value by way of added agility and cost savings with tools that help them deploytheir enterprise applications on AWS."
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"With Radware's Alteon VA for AWS, we can access applications globally and meet SLAs for our customers' applications while easily scaling our network in order to adjust to our ever-increasing customer base," says Domenico Martini, network manager at Seat Pagine Gialle.
"Cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services are quickly responding to their customers need for application level SLA in a secure environment via partners. One example of this is Radware's Alteon Virtual Appliance (VA) for AWS which delivers reliable and secure application delivery within a cloud environment," says Christian Renaud, Senior Analyst, 451 Research.
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