Category: Load Balancer

La seguridad en un balanceador de cargar, HA ( alta disponibilidad ) y Reverse Proxy

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Un Proxy inverso es un elemento de vital importancia dentro de las infraestructuras de aplicaciones para proporcionar una capa adicional de seguridad para las instancias del servidor mediante la recuperación…
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An Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is a networking device that improves the performance, security, and availability of applications. This article explains what an ADC is, how it works, and why you should use one.

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Infografik F5 Kemp Load Balancer

Warum bevorzugen Kunden den Load Balancer von Kemp gegenüber F5?

Mitte der 1990er Jahre, lange bevor Begriffe wie Virtualisierung, Public Clouds oder Software-Defined-Infrastrukturen die IT-Welt beherrschten, brachte F5 seinen vielverkauften Load Balancer erstmals auf den Markt. Seitdem blieb kein Chip mehr lange auf dem anderen: In Zeiten der digitalen Transformation sehen IT-Architekturen völlig anders aus; nicht alle einst beliebten Produkte vermögen es, die aktuellen Ansprüche der Nutzer zu erfüllen.

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