Enables Hybrid Enterprises to Access and Deliver Applications Quickly, Securely and Cost-Effectively
Brocade today announced the availability of the Brocade® Virtual Application Delivery Controller (vADC) solution on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. With just a few clicks, customers can now deploy the Brocade vADC solution to optimize and secure applications in the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, paying only for the specific resources they use.
Brocade’s solution is the industry’s first software-based Layer 7 application delivery controller with integrated capabilities for Web content optimization and application firewall. Designed to work within cloud environments, it is easily integrated into an application stack. Deployed via a template that utilizes Azure Scale Sets, the Brocade vADC solution is already integrated with Azure Key Vault to enable fast, reliable and secure application delivery to users anywhere.
“Brocade is expanding its commitment to delivering greater choice and flexibility in the cloud today, meeting customers where they are so they can do more with their hybrid cloud deployments,” said Kelly Herrell, senior vice president and general manager, Software Networking, Brocade. “The availability of the Brocade vADC solution on Microsoft Azure offers customers hourly billing and bring-your-own-license models while providing an optimal cloud platform for running business-critical applications on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.”
“We’re pleased that customers looking to extend their application workloads on Microsoft Azure now have access to the Brocade vADC solution,” said Reshmi Yandapalli, principal program manager, Azure networking, Microsoft Corp. “By implementing the Brocade vADC solution, enterprises can help manage security challenges while taking advantage of the cost savings and agility offered by Microsoft Azure.”
Price and Availability
The Brocade vADC solution is available today from the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Customers can purchase hourly pay-as-you-go or bring-your-own-license subscriptions with a range of editions to suit different features and throughput requirements.