Application Delivery For Business
Organisations depend on getting business-critical information to the right people when they need it – efficient application delivery is how to make this happen. Application delivery is a mechanism for businesses to quickly and efficiently deliver application functionality to users.
An Application Delivery Platform is a pool of software or technologies that cater for application services such as load balancing, security controls and traffic management in data centres and cloud environments. The role of an application services platform is to deliver applications to end users both reliably and securely.
Efficiently Deliver Application Functionality to Users
Improve the distribution of workloads across multiple computing resources, such as computers, a computer cluster or network links.
Ensure every application delivered outside your network allows organisations to provide reliable, fast, and secure access to applications.
Allow network administrators to apply availability, scalability, security, and performance standards to any IP-based application.
As applications span physical data centres, virtual data centres and the cloud, delivering information to the end user can become increasingly difficult. Custard offers expert advice and support to ensure that every application delivered outside your network allows organisations to provide reliable, fast, and secure access to applications through an integrated product family spanning traffic management, access control, and security for today’s modern and dispersed application deployment architectures.
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