Software Load Balancers for Your Cloud
Enhance your customer experience and grow your business with more attractive and responsive services. Brocade boosts data center efficiency through smart load balancing and traffic management, at the same time delivering a faster, more secure and reliable user experience.
Increase the efficiency of your systems and boost the throughput of application servers by up to 50%, with intelligent load-balancing and by offloading compute-intensive functions such as SSL and compression. Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager also includes dynamic content caching for enhanced performance.
As a pure software solution intended for the widest variety of deployments, Brocade Virtual Traffic Manager enables a more flexible on-demand application delivery strategy, and provides a common delivery platform that can grow with your business using ADC-as-a-Service.
|Service Level Monitoring||Traffic Rules
|500M – 200 Mbps Instance types||200 mbps||Yes-Simple||100 SSL TPS|
|1000Ms||200 mbps||Yes||1000 SSL TPS|
|1000H||1 gbps||Yes||1000 SSL TPS|
|2000Ls||1 gbps||Yes||10000 SSL TPS|
Asynchronous, event based processing gives Nginx a big jump on traditional reverse proxy servers which are bottlenecked by performance constraints of synchronous processing of requests.
No special hardware is needed with it’s software optimized stack.
Quick install with multiple package managers like npm, installers on Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Windows or make files from source. Open source and easy to administer with simple config files.
Triton Container Name Service (CNS) is a completely automatic, universal DNS for your containers and VMs on Triton. It is tightly integrated with Triton to eliminate complexity and simplify operations.
Triton CNS serves address records (both A and AAAA) for containers by instance name and tags. Multiple containers providing the same service can share the same tag and will be returned in the same address record. Because Triton CNS knows when containers are started or stopped, including unexpected stops, the DNS information is automatically updated and requests will be sent to running containers.