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Radware Partners with VMware, Bluelock to Deliver A Virtual ADC Service for the Cloud

August 28, 2012 — by Meryl Robin2

Big news from Radware at VMworld.

Today, Radware announced that its Alteon VA™ virtual appliance (one of many Radware application delivery solutions) has been integrated with VMware’s vFabric™ Application Director, a hybrid cloud provisioning solution. The joint solution is designed to simplify the creation of application deployment topologies across hybrid cloud services through the use of application deployment blueprints. Radware customers will be able to deploy their Radware Alteon VA in any VMware vCloud-powered private, public and hybrid clouds.

But wait, there’s more . . .

Radware also announced it is partnering with enterprise cloud computing provider Bluelock to offer Radware’s Alteon VA service to Bluelock’s end-user customers as a virtual ADC switch for customers using vFabric Application Director. Radware’s Alteon VA blueprint was developed using a hosted instance of vFabric Application Director on Bluelock’s cloud infrastructure working closely with the product team.

You can read all about it on the Radware corporate news webpage here.

So what does Usha Parsa, the Staff Product Manager – Cloud Application Management for VMware think about this? Read her blog post for her perspective here.

Meryl Robin

2 comments

  • mnarayan67

    December 19, 2012 at 6:08 pm

    This is all great. But BlueLock is selling F5 BigIP as its load balancing solution

    Reply

  • Brendon Paul

    April 26, 2019 at 11:49 am

    Love the information, keep on sharing more.

    Reply

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