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  • Here are a few facts about us:Radware was founded in 97 and is publicly traded on Nasdaq since 1999.We have 662 employees with a global presence in more the 40 countries worldwideWe cultivated a wide and valued community of customers – included are a few examples from various industries including finance, eCommerce, telecom, and retail.We can boast a long track record of innovation including more than 10 different patents in the field of application delivery and security, which protect our unique technologies. Included is a sample of the technology awards we received during 2008-9 aloneIn addition, we have certified our solution with all the top application vendors such as MS, Oracle and IBM, with additional technology partnerships and OEMs.
  • The first set of challenges, Ensure applications availability and business continuity, means making sure that business-critical applications are highly available to users, partners and employees, everywhere, in order to insure that all business processes operate properly and healthfully. That includes:Successfully meeting Service Level Agreements (SLA)Providing Quality of Service (QoS) based on business requirements – delivering “six 9’s” availability as well as QoS based on users and/or business processes prioritizationBe able to easily, quickly deploy new services and applications - without imposing any performance degradation to existing applications
  • The second set of challenges, Improve applications response times, mainly refer to:Improve the Quality of Experience (QoE) - providing the best response time with minimal latency resulting in the highest end-user satisfaction and the best user experienceRemove network bottle necks originating in network congestion points due to SSL encryption/decryption operations, TCP overhead, large-objects traffic and moreOptimize usage of IT resources – redirect traffic to the most appropriate network devices in order to optimize network traffic and align the network with the business processes
  • So far we talked about Radware as a company; now let’s discuss the main problem we solve.In enterprise DC we have the applications, users and business processes on one side.On the other, we have the DC network and infrastructure such as servers and storage.Click – for first call out:Business applications are typically dynamic and user specific. They are designed assuming that sever and bandwidth resources are available and optimal. Application design usually does not take into account any issues that may happen with these resources.Click for second call out:On the other hand the network and servers are designed for capacity and connectivity, without addressing these issues.Click for third call out:Therefore, there is an inherent gap between application design assumptions and the services offered by the network.Click for forth call out:The result of not addressing this gap is:Application downtimeReduced productivity due to performance issuesSecurity risksOperational overheadHigher costs
  • So.. let’s look into what an ADC provides.First, and foremost, load balancing. Server load balancing that is both application and session aware. Sessions, as you may know from online shopping, is very critical. The ADC will keep you on a server for the whole transaction. Global Server Load Balancing provides data center operators the ability to share traffic between data centers (hot-hot) or, more commonly, provide service with a primary data center and a backup data center (hot-warm), or as a worst case scenario, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity through either hot-warm or hot-cold environments.
  • VMware HA, How it works:VMware HA restarts a virtual machine on a different host should the initial host failVMware HA restarts a virtual machine on a the same host should the VM operation system failVMware FT:Only protects from physical host failures The VM FT pairs are consuming the same resources on 2 different hosts (CPU,Memory,I/O,Network) A dedicated gigabit NIC is requiredUsed for sending all the very intensive information between 2 VMsSupport only new CPUs models from Intel and AMDFT has stringent requirements – see: http://www.delltechcenter.com/page/VMware+vSphere+Fault+Tolerance   FT can be wasteful because it runs on two hypervisors for one resourceFT bullet #2: in FT there are 2 VM running on 2 different hosts doing the SAME thing - this is a waste of resources. With ADC you need more than 1 VM but each is serving customersFT bullet #3: FT can work only with new hardware (PC hardware)
  • Radware’s VADI multiple delivery methods consists of three form factors: The single use dedicated ADCA Hypervisor based ADC called the ADC-VXA virtual appliance The dedicated physical ADC device running a single vADC“Siloed” data center architectureHybrid (virtualized and physical) data centerApplications requiring high performance predictabilityRadware ADC-VXTMADC hypervisor running multiplevADCs on a specialized ADC hardwareADC consolidation projectsVirtualized data center requiring high ADC agilityApplications requiring high performance predictabilityRadware ADC-VAvADC on a general server virtualization infrastructureCloud providers & Virtualized data center requiring high ADC agilityDevelopment, testing and QA environmentsWhy are 3 form factors required:Application SLA requirementsNumber of required vADC instancesThroughput capacity each vADC requiresCost savings objectivesData center footprint limitationsApplication deployment model
  • Radware’s VADI multiple delivery methods consists of three form factors: The single use dedicated ADCA Hypervisor based ADC called the ADC-VXA virtual appliance The dedicated physical ADC device running a single vADC“Siloed” data center architectureHybrid (virtualized and physical) data centerApplications requiring high performance predictabilityRadware ADC-VXTMADC hypervisor running multiplevADCs on a specialized ADC hardwareADC consolidation projectsVirtualized data center requiring high ADC agilityApplications requiring high performance predictabilityRadware ADC-VAvADC on a general server virtualization infrastructureCloud providers & Virtualized data center requiring high ADC agilityDevelopment, testing and QA environmentsWhy are 3 form factors required:Application SLA requirementsNumber of required vADC instancesThroughput capacity each vADC requiresCost savings objectivesData center footprint limitationsApplication deployment model
  • vADC on a general server virtualization infrastructureCloud providers & Virtualized data center requiring high ADC agilityDevelopment, testing and QA environmentsApplications requiring only best-effort performanceSoft ADC provided as VMware OVFSupports tiered throughput licenses – 200Mbps, 500Mbps, and 1GbpsSoft ADCs provide the same ADC functionality as traditional physical ADC devices
  • All 3 form factors provide the same ADC functionalityThe form factors differs in:SLA levelPerformanceRack space requirementSolution agilityNumber of virtual ADC instances
  • In order to integrate Radware’s VADI architecture with the virtual data center eco-system, Radware developed vDirectTM Plug-in.
  • vDirect Plug-in eliminates the need for:Frequent manual ADC configuration updatesScripting and manual configuration within the virtual environmentFit any data center and virtual infrastructure size - Radware’s vDirect plug-in is fully integrated with VMware vCenter and vCenter Orchestratorprovides automation and management benefits for any customer using VMware virtualization infrastructure, from SMBs using basic automatic work flows such as on demand VM resources allocation through large enterprises and up to Cloud services providers implementing fully automated service provisioning from VMs and storage to ADCs.Full business agility and resource elasticity - Radware’s vDirect plug-in allows instant provisioning and decommissioning of Radware vADC instances as part of end-to-end service creation.Radware’s vDirect plug-in facilitates virtual infrastructure elasticity by enabling automatic adding/removing computing resources to hosted applications while aligning the ADC configuration with the changes.Drives IT efficiency via workflow automation - Radware’s vDirect plug-in integrates Radware’s ADC into the virtual data center workflow automation, driving greater levels of IT efficiency in the virtualized data center and extracting more value from Radware’s ADC solution.Facilitates the creation of a cross data center service delivery control plane - Radware’s vDirect plug-in allows sharing availability and performance based KPIs with the Cloud orchestration. Allowing creating a service delivery control plane that continuously determines the most adequate data center to serve each end-user.
  • Best-of-breed self-serving ADCA customer can easily add a new VIP to the ADC representing his hosted applicationThe ADC automatically measures the traffic and number of users for billing purposesFull support for network requirementsFacilitate the generation of new revenue from existing ADC infrastructureApplication delivery as a serviceApplication acceleration capabilities as add-on servicesOn demand throughput and service scalability Cost-effectively accommodate future growth in the number of users, applications, and traffic served by the ADC.Full investment protection, increased asset ROI,and CAPEX savings - no forklift upgrade requiredPay-as-you-grow approach- pay for the exact capacity required, and flexibly scale up when more is needed
  • Align business application requirements with the infrastructureEnsure business applications get the resources they needGuaranteebest response time for the end-userReduce virtual infrastructure OPEX by freeing IT resourcesReal-time alignment of resources with the networkBenefit from Radware’s Global Traffic Redirection Solution between enterprise and Cloud DC
  • Radware ADC adds value to VMware users:Ensure application availability and business continuityEnhance application performance and response timeIntegrate the ADC services into the data center workflow automationEnable higher VM densityEnable greater service agilityIncrease staff efficiency and reduce CAPEX & OPEX
  • #VMUGMTL - Radware Breakout

    1. 1. Presentation NameAuthor - Date<br />Radware Solutions for Virtualized Data Centers<br />April 25th, 2011<br />
    2. 2. Slide 2<br />Agenda<br />Introduction to Radware<br />Application Delivery for VMware based Virtual Data Centers<br />Summary<br />
    3. 3. Facts About Us<br />Slide 3<br />Global Technology Partners<br />Over 10,000 Customers<br /><ul><li>Founded 1997
    4. 4. NASDAQ
    5. 5. leader by Gartner
    6. 6. 750 Employees
    7. 7. Global Presence
    8. 8. 10 000 Customers</li></ul>Recognized Technology Leadership<br />
    9. 9. Data Center Challenges: Availability<br />Slide 4<br />The average cost of network downtime for larger corporations is $42,000 per hour ($700 / minute)<br />
    10. 10. Data Center Challenges: Performance <br />Slide 5<br />
    11. 11. Bridging The Application – Network Gap<br />Slide 6<br />There is a gap between application design assumptions & network services <br />Partners & <br />Customers<br />Employees & Users<br />This results in:<br /><ul><li>Application downtime
    12. 12. Reduced productivity due to performance issues
    13. 13. Security risks
    14. 14. Operational overhead
    15. 15. Higher costs
    16. 16. Business applications and business processes are agile and user specific
    17. 17. They are designed assuming server and bandwidth resources are available and optimal</li></ul>WEB 2.0<br />SOA<br />Mobile Users<br />Applications &<br />Business Processes<br />Networks & servers are designed for capacity and connectivity<br />Enterprise Network<br />
    18. 18. Radware Solutions<br />Multi-WAN Link Application Delivery <br />Application Security Solution <br />Application delivery solution <br />Slide 7<br />Data Center<br />Router<br />Web & PortalServers<br />Database<br />Servers<br />Internet<br />DefensePro<br />LinkProof<br />Firewall<br />AppDirector<br />CRM <br />Router<br />AppWall<br />Oracle-PeopleSoft<br />
    19. 19. ISP2<br />ISP 3<br />ISP1<br />Multi-WAN Link Application Delivery <br />Mission-critical applications (web-based ERP) are redirected via the high SLA & secure line<br />Non-critical applications (web browsing) are redirected via the non-SLA line<br />Easily & cost effectively add bandwidth while increasing site availability & performance<br />Ensure employee and end-user QoE<br />Limit or block non-business critical traffic (e.g. P2P, streaming, downloads)<br />Headquarter Local Network<br />HTTP for Web browsing<br />Router<br />Corporate users<br />No SLA<br />Low cost DSL lines can be aggregated <br />for simple andcost-effective<br /> businessscalability<br />LinkProof<br />ERP, CRM, email, Web servers<br />High SLA <br />99.99%<br />Router<br />HTTP for ERP / CRM<br />Slide 8<br />
    20. 20. IMDDOS<br />2010<br />Storm<br />(Botnet)<br />2007<br />Srizbi<br />(Botnet)<br />2007<br />Rustock<br />(Botnet)<br />2007<br />Kracken<br />(Botnet)<br />2008<br />Hackers’ Change in Motivation<br />Vandalism and publicity<br />“Hacktivism”<br />Attack <br />Risk<br />Financially motivated<br />Nimda<br />(Installed Trojan)<br />2001<br />CodeRed<br />(Defacing IIS web servers)<br />2001<br />Slammer<br />(Attacking SQL websites)<br />2003<br />Agobot<br />(DoS Botnet)<br />Republican <br />website DoS<br />2004<br />Estonia’s Web <br />Sites DoS<br />2007<br />Georgia Web <br />Sites DoS<br />2008<br />July 2009 <br />Mydoom.EA<br />WikiLeaks <br />Revenge Attacks<br />2010<br />Blaster<br />(Attacking Microsoft web site)<br />2003<br />Time<br />2011<br />2001<br />2005<br />Slide 9<br />
    21. 21. APSolute Vision<br />Complete Network & Application Security Solution<br />Internet<br />AppWall<br />DefensePro<br />Access Router<br />Web Servers<br />Firewall<br /><ul><li>Network Attack Prevention solution protecting against:
    22. 22. Network DDoS
    23. 23. Application DDoS
    24. 24. Server Brute Force
    25. 25. Application vulnerability scanning
    26. 26. Server based intrusions
    27. 27. WAF protects against:</li></ul>- Zero-day web attacks<br /><ul><li>Data leak such as CCN
    28. 28. Information theft
    29. 29. Web defacement
    30. 30. Web attacks such as CSRF, XSS, Injections…</li></ul>Assured network and application security solution for Data Centers<br />Slide 10<br />
    31. 31. AppWall & DefensePro Correlation <br />Slide 11<br />AppWall blocked attacks<br />DefensePro blocked attacks<br />
    32. 32. Application Delivery Controllers & VMware Agenda<br />Application Delivery – Overview<br />Radware Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure<br />Use Cases<br />Summary<br />Slide 12<br />
    33. 33. Application Delivery Controller (ADC) Core Functionality<br />Load Balancing<br />Application & Session Aware (Layer 4-7) <br />Global Server Load Balancing (Multi Site)<br />Application Optimization/Acceleration<br />SSL Offloading & Acceleration<br />Compression<br />Caching<br />TCP connection multiplexing<br />Health Monitoring<br />Additional Services<br />DoS protection<br />QoS/Bandwidth management<br />Slide 13<br />
    34. 34. Graphical Representations of ADC Functionality<br />Slide 14<br />Load Balancing<br />Offloading (SSL Example)<br /> Multiplexing<br />Compression<br />
    35. 35. Addressing Availability Concerns for VMware Environments<br />Radware ADC<br /><ul><li>Application Specific Health Checking
    36. 36. Zero Downtime</li></ul>Slide 15<br />Radware ADC<br /><ul><li>Zero downtime even in case of application failure
    37. 37. No need for Redundant VMs</li></ul>VMware HA<br /><ul><li>OS / Hardware health checks
    38. 38. For environments that can tolerate brief interruptions of service</li></ul>VMware FT<br /><ul><li>Protects from physical failures
    39. 39. No Downtime (OS)
    40. 40. 2 Identical VMs</li></li></ul><li>Addressing Performance Concerns <br />Radware ADC<br /><ul><li>Offload CPU intensive tasks from the virtual resources: SSL offloading, Caching, Content compression, TCP multiplexing</li></ul>Slide 16<br />VMware vSphere – Superior Performance <br />
    41. 41. Addressing Scalability Concerns<br />Radware ADC<br /><ul><li>On Demand Scalability – license based services and throughput scalability, zero-downtime
    42. 42. Cross data center on demand scalability</li></ul>Slide 17<br />VMware vSphere – Better Scalability <br /><ul><li>Virtual Machine Scalability
    43. 43. Hot-add more resources to a VM
    44. 44. Easy provisioning of new VMs to support an application</li></li></ul><li>Specific Results with Radware ADC Products<br />Slide 18<br />Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007<br /><ul><li>Better Quality of Experience (QoE) for end users
    45. 45. 300% improvement in page load time for remote (WAN) users
    46. 46. Reduce OPEX
    47. 47. 65% reduction in bandwidth consumption
    48. 48. 40% reduction in CPU utilization
    49. 49. 30% increase in TPS per server</li></ul>Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) 12<br /><ul><li>Better Quality of Experience (QoE) for end users
    50. 50. 43% improvement in page load time for remote (WAN) users
    51. 51. Reduce OPEX
    52. 52. 60% reduction in bandwidth consumption thanks to compression
    53. 53. 80% request offload from servers thanks to caching</li></li></ul><li>Application Delivery Controllers & VMware Agenda<br />Application Delivery – Overview<br />Radware Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure<br />Use Cases<br />Summary<br />Slide 19<br />
    54. 54. Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure – Evolution of ADCs<br />Slide 20<br />Bringing the Business Value of Server Virtualization to the Application Delivery space:<br />Cost savings, IT efficiency and Business Agility<br />
    55. 55. Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure Strategy<br />Slide 21<br />Slide 21<br />
    56. 56. <ul><li>Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) are transformed into virtual ADC instances (vADCs)
    57. 57. Each vADC can run on top of a specialized and general purpose computing resources
    58. 58. Each vADC provides a consistent set of basic and advanced application delivery features and services, regardless of the computing resources it utilizes:
    59. 59. Load Balancing (Local & Global Server Load Balancing)
    60. 60. Application Optimization
    61. 61. Security/Additional Services </li></ul>Virtual ADC Instances (vADC)<br />Slide 22<br />Slide 22<br />
    62. 62. VADI: Computing Resources / Three Form Factors <br />Slide 23<br />Dedicated ADC<br />Radware Supplied Hypervisor (ADC-VX™)<br />Third Party Hypervisor SoftADC (Alteon ADC-VA)<br />
    63. 63. ADC-VX: Functional Summary <br />Slide 24<br />Customer Managed<br />Customer “Monitor Only”<br />Provider Managed<br />On Demand<br />Services<br />On Demand<br />Services<br />Global SLB, Security, ITM (QoS) and Link Optimizer<br />On Demand<br />Services<br />ITM<br />Global SLB<br />Security<br />Layer 4-7 Services<br />Layer 4-7 Services<br />Fully featured ADC Health Checks, Layer 7 Configurations, etc.<br />Layer 4-7 Services<br />Oracle<br />SharePoint<br />Marketing Applications<br />Network<br />Network<br />VLANs, ARP tables, <br />Virtual routing and forwarding tables<br />Network<br />IP Domain 2<br />IP Domain 1<br />IP Domain 3<br />Infrastructure<br />Infrastructure<br />Physical Resources (CPU, Memory, SSL)<br />Infrastructure<br />2Gbps<br />1Gbps<br />2Gbps<br />Private: <br />config file<br /> logging<br /> statistics<br />Private: <br />config file<br /> logging<br /> statistics<br />Private: <br />config file<br /> logging<br /> statistics<br />ADC-VX Hypervisor<br />
    64. 64. VADI: Computing Resources / Three Form Factors <br />Slide 25<br />Radware Supplied Hypervisor (ADC-VX™)<br />Third Party Hypervisor SoftADC (Alteon ADC-VA)<br />
    65. 65. VADI: Computing Resources / Alteon ADC-VA (SoftADC)<br />Internet<br />Enterprise<br />Data Center<br />Testing and QA<br /><ul><li>Soft ADC provided as a deployable VMware OVA appliance
    66. 66. Supports tiered throughput licenses – 200Mbps, 500Mbps, and 1Gbps</li></ul>Slide 26<br />
    67. 67. Alteon ADC-VA – Overall Summary<br />Slide 27<br />Full ADC feature set<br />Local and Global SLB<br />Application Acceleration <br />SSL offloading, Compression, Caching, Header and Body modifications<br /> All functions utilizes Software functions, no Hardware base acceleration is provided<br />Hypervisor Support<br />VMware ESX/ESXi 4.0/4.1 - Released<br />KVM - Target: Q2 2011<br />Virtual Machine Requirements<br />CPU:: 2 vCPUs<br />Memory : 3.6 GB<br />Logical Disk: 4 GB<br />Network: 3 virtual interfaces (Management, Clients, Servers)<br />Performance (on 4 CPU core PC)<br />Throughput: Up to 1Gbps<br />Layer 4: Up to 40,000 CPS<br />Layer 7: Up to 25,000 CPS <br />
    68. 68. VADI: Three Form Factors – Putting It Together<br />Slide 28<br />Virtual Data Center<br />Radware ADC-VX<br />ADC<br />Soft ADC<br />Application A – Partitioned High SLA Service<br />Application B – Partitioned High SLA Service<br />Application C - Dedicated High SLA Service<br />Application D - Lower SLA Service <br />(Best Effort) <br />
    69. 69. VADI: Orchestration & Automation<br />Slide 29<br />Slide 29<br />
    70. 70. VADI: Integration to Virtual Data Center Eco-System<br /><ul><li>Orchestration systems provide –
    71. 71. End-to-end management of mission-critical applications and services
    72. 72. Work flows which can provision a new service based on business events
    73. 73. Radware VADI ADCs are fully integrated with the orchestration system through Radware’s vDirectTM plug-in.
    74. 74. vDirect plug-in is a first-to-market vADC management orchestration plug-in.
    75. 75. Designed specifically for virtual data centers.
    76. 76. Fits any data center and virtual infrastructure size -
    77. 77. SMBs using basic automatic work flows
    78. 78. Large enterprises and xSP full service provisioning</li></ul>Slide 30<br />
    79. 79. vDirect plug-in provides all the building blocks, workflows and management interfaces required to manage Radware’s VADI vADCs:<br />Provision / Decommission / Update vADC<br />Create / Remove server<br />Create / Remove / Update service (Web, etc)<br />Automatic service elasticity<br />vDirect plug-in is free of charge <br />First release of vDirect plug-in is fully integrated with VMware vCenter and VMware vCenter Orchestrator systems.<br />Slide 31<br />VADI: Orchestration & Automation / vDirect Specifics <br />
    80. 80. vDirect Integration Into VMware vSphere Orchestrator<br />Slide 32<br />
    81. 81. vDirect – Creating a ADC-VA in vSphere Orchestrator<br />Slide 33<br />
    82. 82. VADI: Orchestration & Automation / vDirect Plug-in Benefits<br />Eliminates the need for frequent manual vADC configuration updates.<br />Facilitates end-to-end service provisioning.<br />Fully integrating Radware’s vADC into data center’s workflow automation.<br />Full application delivery resource elasticity according to business application requirements <br />The result:<br />Greater IT efficiency <br />Higher business agility<br />Slide 34<br />
    83. 83. VADI – Orchestration & Automation<br />Slide 35<br />Slide 35<br />
    84. 84. VADI: Unique Services<br />Slide 36<br /><ul><li>Provisioning and Decommissioning
    85. 85. Eliminates the need for manual provisioning and reduces IT OPEX
    86. 86. Improves IT responsiveness to business needs
    87. 87. Dynamic resource allocation
    88. 88. Improves service levels for all applications
    89. 89. Ensures each vADC has sufficient resources at any point in time
    90. 90. Ensures the correct distribution of resources across VADI
    91. 91. vADC Migration
    92. 92. Simplifies ADC P2V migration
    93. 93. Streamlines the deployment of new applications and servicesthrough simple migration of a vADC instance from testing to production
    94. 94. Enables scheduling ADC maintenance with zero downtime</li></li></ul><li>Agenda<br />Application Delivery Overview<br />Radware Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure<br />Use Cases<br />Summary<br />Slide 37<br />
    95. 95. Extending Cloud Solutions with VADI<br />Slide 38<br />Network & Storage<br />Network & Storage<br />Cloud Provider <br />Cloud Data Center 2<br />Cloud Data Center 1<br />Orchestration System<br />Orchestration System<br />Virtualized Application Delivery Infrastructure<br />Virtualized Application Delivery Infrastructure<br />SAN<br />SAN<br />Radware Service Delivery Control Plane<br />Provides information to Cloud Orchestration on need for Disaster Recovery, Cloud Burst<br />Provide KPIs to Cloud orchestration:<br /><ul><li>Application performance per data center
    96. 96. Cloud data center availability
    97. 97. Cloud data center capacity
    98. 98. Proximity to end user</li></ul>Cloud Orchestration System<br />
    99. 99. Service Migration<br />Slide 39<br />Internet<br />IaaS / Secondary<br />Data Center<br />Orchestration System<br />Orchestration System<br /><ul><li>Simplifyservice migration to the Cloud
    100. 100. Benefit from identical ADC experience in both DC and Cloud
    101. 101. ImproveIT efficiency through automated migration work flows
    102. 102. Strengthen synergy between enterprise DC and Cloud DC</li></ul>Firewall<br />Enterprise <br />Data Center<br />Orchestration system migrates the Web application to the Cloud and creates a Soft ADC in the Cloud<br />IT manager migrates the Web application to the Cloud in order to reduce OPEX - using the Orchestration system<br />Database<br />Servers<br />Firewall<br />Radware ADC-VX<br />
    103. 103. OnDemand Self Service ADC – 1/2<br />Step #1<br />Customer-A provisions a new high SLA service via the self service portal<br />IaaS Provider<br />Data Center<br />Self Service Portal<br />Step #2<br />The self Service portal instructs the Orchestration system to provision a new application VMs and vADC instance<br />Step #4<br />The self service portal instructs the orchestration system to provision a new application VMs and Soft ADC instance<br />Orchestration System<br />Firewall<br />Radware ADC-VX<br />Internet<br />Step #3<br />Customer-B provisions a new low SLA service via the self service portal<br />Application B<br />Application A<br />Soft ADC<br />vADC-1<br />Slide 40<br />
    104. 104. OnDemand Self Service ADC – 2/2<br />IaaS Provider<br />Data Center<br />Self Service Portal<br />Step #2<br />The self service portal provisions a new VMs, and adds more capacity to the vADC-2<br />Orchestration System<br />Step #1<br />Customer provisions a new VMs to support more traffic<br /><ul><li>Best-of-breed self-serving ADC
    105. 105. Open API for external ADC management
    106. 106. Generatenew revenue from existing ADC infrastructure
    107. 107. Support any service SLA requirements
    108. 108. On demand throughput and service scalability
    109. 109. Full investment protection, increased asset ROI,and CAPEX savings
    110. 110. Pay-as-you-grow approach</li></ul>Firewall<br />Radware ADC-VX<br />Internet<br />Application 1<br />Application 2<br />vADC-1<br />vADC-2<br />Slide 41<br />
    111. 111. Dynamic Application and Resource Alignment – 1/2<br />Slide 42<br />Internet<br />Orchestration System<br />Step #2<br />Orchestration System<br />Periodically monitors ADC-VX’s performance metrics<br />Notices a traffic overload in the Web application<br />Step #3<br />Orchestration system adds computing resources to application and updates ADC-VX<br />Virtual<br />Data Center<br />Radware ADC-VX<br />Firewall<br />Step #1<br />User accesses hosted application at Cloud data center<br />Step #4<br />Redirect traffic to new resource<br />Database<br />Servers<br />
    112. 112. Dynamic Application and Resource Alignment – 2/2<br />Slide 43<br />Internet<br />IaaS Provider<br />Data Center<br />Orchestration System<br />Orchestration System<br />Firewall<br />Step #2<br />Orchestration System<br />Periodically monitors ADC-VX’s performance metrics<br />Notices a traffic overload in the Web application<br />Senses local data center resources are maxed out<br />Enterprise <br />Data Center<br />Orchestration system initiates a Cloud Burst of the Web application and provisions a Soft ADC<br />Database<br />Servers<br />Radware ADC-VX<br />Firewall<br />
    113. 113. Agenda<br />Application Delivery Overview <br />Radware’s Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure<br />Use Cases<br />Summary<br />Slide 44<br />
    114. 114. Summary<br />Slide 45<br />Enterprise/Virtual Data Center<br />Customers<br />ADC<br />Employees & Users<br />Mobile Users<br /><ul><li>Ensure Application availability
    115. 115. Maximize business continuity
    116. 116. Enhance application performance
    117. 117. Reduced VM CPU load
    118. 118. Cost-effective scaling
    119. 119. Full integration with VMware management tools
    120. 120. Enable workflow Automation</li></li></ul><li>Thank YouEnd Slide<br />

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