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Pulse vADC Updates - Page 2

PaulWallace
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The Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager 10.3 (Brocade vTM) offers a new bare-metal deployment option for customers wishing to install on their own Intel x86 servers. This is in addition to the usual options of software, virtual appliance or cloud: this new Appliance platform brings the same comprehensive virtual ADC capability for enterprises wishing to deploy a high performance stand-alone appliance in the data center or DMZ. This new version of Brocade vTM will also be made available on the Google Cloud Platform, available for customers needing advanced application management capability which complements the load-balancing features already available on the Google Cloud Platform.
 
 
 
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PaulWallace
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The Pulse Secure vTM bare-metal appliance image, available as either an ISO image or for PXE installation, is intended for customers looking to deploy ADC and load balancer services on high-performance Intel x86 servers. Customers can download the bare-metal appliance image from https://my.pulsesecure.net
 
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PaulWallace
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The Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager 10.2 includes support for the HTTP/2 protocol to allow faster web page loading times. In addition, this updated version will enable hourly billing on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform (available soon). Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager is a software-based Layer 7 application delivery controller (ADC) designed to deliver faster, high performance user experience, with more reliable access to public websites and enterprise applications, whether they run in a public cloud, private cloud or virtualized environment, while maximizing the efficiency and capacity of web and application servers.

 

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Brocade Services Director 2.2 (formerly known as SteelApp Services Controller) introduces a different approach for license management for application delivery controllers, and manages the complete lifecycle of Brocade vADC products. The Brocade Services Director lets you automatically provision, deploy, license, meter, and manage the inventory of thousands of ADCs in an “as-a-service” model, using the Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager as the core application delivery platform. The solution also enables a new consumption model for customers deploying ADC services. This allows ADC services to be scaled elastically and be right-sized on demand to suit each application in your data center, offering high density, full isolation, and multi-tenancy capabilities.

 

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A Brocade vADC device driver is now available for OpenStack Neutron LBaaS, supporting the full range of functionality offered by the LBaaS API v2 as of the Kilo release.  

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Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager 10.1 (formerly known as SteelApp Traffic Manager) offers enhanced control of IP traffic, including support for WebSockets for high performance applications, and closer control of network routing using both OSPF and BGP protocols.

 

 

 

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Brocade SteelApp™ Traffic Manager 9.9 offers increased flexibility simpler implementation for Global Load Balancing, and integration with open-source security workflow tools for faster resolution of application security vulnerabilities.What's New?Enhanced Global Load Balancing, with a built-in DNS...

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In the last Back to Basics series, I looked at what “ADCs” and “Traffic Managers” actually do, and how they differ from ordinary “Load Balancers.” In this new series of articles, I am going to look at the topic of Global Load Balancing, how it works, and how you can use Traffic Manager to enhance application...

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Brocade® SteelApp™ Traffic Manager 9.8  offers increased security through TLS 1.2, DNS over TCP based Global Server Load Balancing, powerful new TrafficScript functions and enhanced networking capabilities for AWS VPC deploymentsWhat's New?Stronger transaction security, with support for TLS 1.2Support...

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aclarke
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Hey everyone! Just wanted to take the time to call out an outstanding level of input and participation from two community members: and ! These two are always trawling the halls of the discussions here on Riverbed Splash, adding value where ever they go!To thank them, I have just awarded them both ...

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I just wanted to make sure everyone knows that we now support CentOS for SSC. It is targeted at organizations that require SSC or the micro instance host deployments on a standardized RedHat-based operating system. CentOS 6.5 is required with the software available as a RPM package which includes all...

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Riverbed® SteelApp™ Traffic Manager 9.7 can now be deployed on the Microsoft Azure platform, and includes a range of new features for performance, security and availability for global enterprises.What's New?Extend the reach of SteelApp Traffic Manager in the cloud with support for Microsoft Azure VHD...

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aclarke
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Hello Splasher!Just a quick post to draw your attention to a fantastic article written by one of our awesome engineers on a topic that comes up often: "Just what is the best way to upgrade my Virtual Appliances when a new version of SteelApp Traffic Manager comes out?"This article is definitely worth...

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Version 1.3 delivers new licensing options and migration tools for ADC-as-a-Service DeploymentRiverbed® SteelCentral™ Services Controller (SSC) for SteelAppTM release 1.3 delivers new capabilities and licensing options that increase the flexibility and ease with which customers can deploy an application...

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Version 0.6.0 of the Stingray Puppet module is now available on Puppet Forge. This release adds support for local users, permission groups, and failure pools.Local UsersLocal Users are SteelApp Administration Server user accounts that are managed internally by the traffic manager software.  This allows...

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NEW VERSION 9.6 Accelerates Microsoft® SharePoint™ 2013 and Enhances AWS ScalabilityRiverbed® Stingray™ Traffic Manager 9.6 delivers new capabilities that allow enterprises and service providers faster page loads for Microsoft™ SharePoint™ 2013, increased reliability and scalability on Amazon Web Services...

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pwallace_1
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Most people start off using Traffic Manager to improve the availability and reliability of a website, then focus on how they can improve its performance and response time, but Traffic Manager really starts to shine when you discover how easy it is to enhance the presentation of your website...

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pwallace_1
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Bandwidth is a limited resource for many websites, and in this article, we’ll investigate how you can use Traffic Manager to make the most of that resource, by controlling the level of service that different users get as they access your website.

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We have covered load balancing, health monitoring and some caching in my last blog, and now it’s time to look at why Traffic Manager really shines when you need to add more control your applications. 

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In just a few simple steps, you can turn on IP Forwarding on your Stingray Traffic Manager    Here are the detailed steps for enabling IP Forwarding STM:Modify the global.cfg file:You can find this file at /opt/zeus/zxtm/global.cfg (or whatever custom path you used for install)Modify the file (using...

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pwallace_1
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In this series of articles, we have covered the key aspects of load balancing and health monitors to improve availability of web applications, and now it’s time to look at how you can use simple caching to improve the performance of your applications.Imagine a website which uses a database to hold transactions...

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pwallace_1
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In the previous article on load balancing, we showed how easy it is to create a new service with Traffic Manager, which can use a range of different algorithms to distribute the workload. In this article we will look at how we monitor the performance and health of all the web servers which ...

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pwallace_1
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In the two previous articles, I covered some of the basic concepts, but now it is time to look at the first stage that most people start with – simple load balancing. Setting up basic services is made easier in Traffic Manager using Wizards, and for simple load balancing we use the Manage a...

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Amazon's virtual private cloud infrastructure is now the default networking option for multi-tier applications in the AWS cloud. It enables the provisioning of a logically isolated section of the AWS cloud where you can launch resources in a virtual network that you define. You have control over your...

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In the first article in this series, I used the example of a call center to show how Traffic Manager helps to control the traffic flow in and out of applications. In this second installment, we will look at how Traffic Manager gives you much greater availability, performance...

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pwallace_1
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I was asked recently about what “ADCs” and “Traffic Managers” actually do, and how they differ from ordinary “Load Balancers,” and I was reminded of how I first learned about it. So in this series of articles, I will cover some of the key features that can make real a difference to your applications...

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