Application Delivery Networking Definition

Application delivery networking is a combination of capabilities that provide application delivery, security and acceleration. This is usually accomplished with a cluster of application delivery controllers (ADCs) that provide traffic management for enterprise applications.

Modern applications are driving changes to application delivery networking

The Avi Vantage platform is architected using software-defined principles and creates a dynamic pool of distributed software load balancers that are managed centrally. This enables enterprises to deploy application services close to individual applications (even across multi-cloud environments) and manage the entire deployment as a single application services fabric.