Load balancing is a technique to distribute workload across multiple servers. This enables optimal resource utilisation, maximises throughput, minimises response time, and delivers high availability and business continuity. Application performance is improved with features such as caching, compression and acceleration.
Deptive implements Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) to optimise application availability, end-user performance, data centre resources, and security across an increasing range of enterprise applications, and when we’ve provided a solution for your Application Delivery and Load Balancing needs, we’ll ensure everything continues to run smoothly, through our formal Managed Services Contract. Click here for more information about Deptive Managed Services.
Organisations have become heavily reliant on e-commerce and e-business and the internet to provide services and generate revenue.
Applications have become more dynamic and complex. Support for real-time interaction and multimedia content has placed even greater demands on computing infrastructure. Increasingly, users work remotely and need access to their business applications and desktops. Traffic volumes have risen dramatically, often creating competition for already constrained resources.
These changes have exposed the need for businesses to step up from a simple load balancing solution to a more comprehensive application delivery solution a solution that addresses not only scalability and availability of the application environment, but also application performance, security, and the ability to dynamically rewrite content.
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