Ensure Application Scalability, Performance
Highly demanding enterprise networks require a full-featured application delivery controller that optimises application load balancing and performance while providing protection from an ever-expanding list of intrusions and attacks.
The Barracuda Load Balancer ADC is a Secure Application Delivery Controller that enables Application Availability,
Acceleration and Control, while providing Application Security Capabilities.
Deploy our Load Balancing solution any way you want it -
Appliance, Virtual or Cloud.
The Barracuda Load Balancer ADC is ideal for optimising application performance. It offloads compute-intensive SSL transactions from the server, preserving resources for applications.
In addition, optimisation features such as caching, compression, and TCP pooling enable faster application delivery and ensure scalability.
Barracuda Load Balancer ADC has been the preferred solution for organisations looking to load balance and secure Microsoft applications. Certified configuration and deployment guides ensure organisations can quickly and easily scale out their Microsoft applications while also securing them against targeted attacks or unauthorised access.
Always Available Performance
Using health and performance checks, the Barracuda Load Balancer ADC distributes traffic for efficient use of server resources and employs server failover for high availability, thereby optimising application performance.
Global Server Load Balancing allows redundancy across multiple sites enhancing availability, improving client response time, and speeding disaster recovery.
Secure Application Delivery
Application Authentication ensures that only known users are able to access critical applications, and unauthenticated traffic can be prevented from passing through the DMZ.
Application security provides superior protection against data loss, DDoS, and all known application-layer attack modalities, with automatic updates to ensure comprehensive security for existing and emerging Layer 7 threats such as SQL injections (SQLi), Cross-site Scripting (XSS), and other OWASP Top 10 attacks.