sponsored by A10 Networks
Posted:  24 Sep 2013
Published:  28 Feb 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Secure sockets layer (SSL) offers personal data information encryption over the web, and in this day and age of advanced attacks on private data, key lengths as high as 4096-bit are being used to ensure stronger protection. However, this adds a significant amount of demand to general purpose central processing units (CPUs).

The key to better managed certificates is to offload SSL to an application delivery controller (ADC). Check out this white paper to discover how an ADC can cut back on operational costs, time, and CPU-intensive tasks, as well as achieve maximum application performance levels.

Certificate Authorities | Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency | Data Security | Information Security | National Institute of Standards and Technology | Network Capacity | Network Infrastructure | Network Management | Network Managers | Network Monitoring | Network Performance | Network Security | Network Traffic Analysis | Network Traffic Management | SSL | TLS

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