A10 Networks (NYSE: ATEN), a provider of application networking, has announced that Fujitsu Asia is using the A10 Thunder ADC solution to standardize its cloud-based load-balancing service. The A10 Thunder ADC Application Delivery Controller is offering Fujitsu Asia the rich features it required in addition to enhanced flexibility and scalability advantages.
“When we considered resources for developing an environment in which we could deliver one-stop service to customers, we realized that providing standardized load-balancing services and automation with RESTful API control was key,” said Keisuke Katsuda, Network Services Business Unit, Integration Services Business, Fujitsu Limited. “A10 Networks delivered the ability to host hundreds of virtual load-balancing instances on a single appliance while lowering space and hardware costs. We are very pleased with the service provided and benefits gained.”
The A10 Thunder ADC would enable user applications to be highly available, accelerated and secured. This solution not only provides a broad range of form factors and expansive system support resources, but it also ensures that “high-performance” functions are available from implementation without the need for additional licenses.
Features of the A10 Thunder ADC solution include:
- Advanced Core Operation System (ACOS)
- SSL Offload functionality
- aFleX Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Scripting Technology
- Delivery capability of up to 153 Gbps in a single appliance
- aXAPI: full programmatic control with RESTful API
- Seamless scalability
- High-speed processing capabilities
- Programmatic control over application traffic
“We’re honored that Fujitsu Asia chose to standardize on our Thunder ADC solution for its cloud load-balancing service,” said Sanjay Kapoor, vice president global marketing at A10 Networks. “At A10 Networks we strive to provide our customers with the tools needed to create an amazing application experience that is not only agile, reliable and secure, but also customized to meet the specific demands of each specific enterprise.”