Citrix Application Delivery Controller: Load Balancer, SSL VPN, WAF, SSO & Kubernetes Ingress LB
Citrix ADC (formerly NetScaler) is an enterprise-grade application delivery controller that delivers your applications quickly, reliably, and securely, with the deployment and pricing flexibility to meet your business' unique needs. Designed to provide operational consistency and a smooth user experience, Citrix ADC eases your transition to the hybrid cloud.
You can learn more building a robust, resilient application delivery infrastructure with Citrix ADC on Microsoft Azure by reading the eBook, available here.
Citrix ADC offers high performance with fast application development delivery, a comprehensive centralization management system, and orchestration and automation for applications across cloud or hybrid environments for greater agility. Citrix's all-in-one solution brings point solutions under one roof, ensuring simplicity and security every step of the way.
- Flexible & Consistent: Citrix ADC is the most comprehensive, feature-rich ADC available across a wide variety of deployment options with the most flexible pooled capacity licensing option in the industry.
- Best User Experience: Citrix is the only vendor to offer an intelligent, global load-balancing service that uses real-time Internet traffic and data center health to route users to the best source for their applications and content.
- Integrated App Security: A single code base across physical, virtual, bare-metal, and containers enables consistency across your applications and workflow. Comprehensive application security with Layer 3 to Layer 7 protection and built-in API protection ensures you don't have to worry about vulnerable assets.
- Centralized Management: Citrix makes hybrid cloud deployment easier to manage with a single pane that provides visibility and automation across all form factors. Monitor application health, performance analytics, and user actions all from one place.
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