Array In The Cloud
Array Networks as a Public Cloud Service
For organizations deploying applications in the cloud or moving to hybrid cloud architectures, Array application delivery solutions are available on today’s leading public cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, VMware vCloud Air and SoftLayer, an IBM company.
Each Array cloud load balancer offering hosted by public infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider partners has been tested and verified for compatibility, ensuring both reliability and ease of deployment and integration. In addition, Array’s portfolio of public cloud solution partners gives customers flexibility in terms of selecting virtual or physical cloud load balancing and the flexibility to choose from either on-demand utility billing or bring your own license (BYOL) purchase options.
Leveraging Array public cloud IaaS partners, businesses can instantly establish a worldwide presence or gain burst capacity for applications and services. In addition, by deploying Array cloud application delivery and load balancing in conjunction with cloud storage and compute services, businesses can create an end-to-end application infrastructure with the same levels of availability, performance and security found in enterprise-owned and operated data centers.
The vAPV virtual application delivery controller runs on virtualized servers and industry-standard hypervisors to flexibly enable on-demand, full-featured load balancing and app delivery whenever and wherever it is needed.
The vxAG virtual secure access gateway runs on virtualized servers and industry-standard hypervisors to flexibly enable on-demand, full-featured secure access whenever and wherever it is needed.
AMP provides real-time visibility into managed devices and their associated services, as well as AMP itself, with the ability to alert based upon thresholds. Device monitoring displays statistics such as network traffic, CPU usage, and memory usage.
Cloud-Based Application Delivery
Array application delivery controllers are deployed in public cloud environments in conjunction with cloud server and storage services to create highly available and scalable cloud application infrastructure.
Cloud load balancing may be used to provide availability, performance and security for cloud-based Web services, to establish a global application delivery footprint and to enable burst capacity for applications running in private clouds and data centers.
Public cloud vAPV and APV load balancers share the same all-inclusive application delivery feature set. Services from AWS, Azure and vCloud Air support BYOL purchase options, while services from SoftLayer support on-demand utility billing.
Public Cloud IaaS Partners
AWS Load Balancer
vAPV virtual application delivery controllers improve application availability, performance and security, and enable dynamic, flexible and elastic provisioning through AWS load balancers. vAPV requires an Array-supplied license (BYOL) or an Array-supplied 30-day free trial license.
vAPV virtual application delivery controllers improve application availability, performance and security, and enable dynamic, flexible and elastic provisioning in Azure environments. vAPV requires an Array-supplied license (BYOL) or an Array-supplied 30-day free trial license.
VMware vCloud Air
vAPV virtual application delivery controllers and vxAG virtual secure access gateways are available on vCloud Air to provide load balancing and SSL VPN for VMware cloud environments. vAPV and vxAG require an Array-supplied license (BYOL) or an Array-supplied 30-day free trial license.
Dedicated and shared APV Series application delivery controllers in the SoftLayer cloud improve application availability, performance and security, and deliver the highest levels of SSL offload performance and scalability. APV Series ADCs are available as an on demand utility by the month.