AVANU Launches Software Load Balancing Solution for ESXi, VirtualBox and Hyper-V

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AVANU, a network infrastructure product developer with manufacturing and production in the United States, has announced the launch of its Virtual WebMux Network Traffic Manager product for virtual data centers and cloud computing environments. Virtual WebMux is a full-featured software load balancing solution that supports VMware ESXi, Oracle VM VirtualBox, and Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V.

Virtual data centers and cloud computing (private and global) continue to accelerate in popularity due to the simplicity of automation, scalability, and up-front costs. Load balancing the network traffic for different applications and services play an important role within these environments. Virtual WebMux fulfills this role providing a load balancing solution with “high availability” so users data is delivered to its intended destination.

colocation-usaVirtual WebMux Network Traffic Manager is available for 1, 3, 5, and 10 Gbits/s Internet link throughputs and comes with a full-year of product technical support. The new product supports on-site private cloud computing environments to popular cloud service providers including VMware vCloud Air, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft AZURE, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Avanu’s WebMux load balancing features have over a decade of development using intensive algorithms that would provide high capacity, reliability, and availability to manage, control, and secure IPv4 and IPv6 TCP and UDP protocols, applications and services. 

The built-in configuration wizards would save on manpower to quickly deploy Virtual WebMux. The current available wizards are for popular applications and services including Microsoft applications (Exchange Server 2010 and 2013, Skype for Business Server 2015, Lync Server 2010 and 2013, SharePoint Server, and terminal services), Pexip Infinity, LiteScape OnCast, RedHat JBoss, Eclipse Jetty, Apache Tomcat, Oracle WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, and HTTP/HTTPS services.