How application delivery controllers have evolved to meet new demands
ADCs are physical or virtual devices deployed between applications and users. They intercept session traffic between applications and users and provide a range of functions designed to optimize the end-user application experience.
At the highest level, an ADC device provides load balancing, quality of service, high availability and, frequently, security features in a single footprint -- without requiring a companion device at the other edge of the connection.
Download this e-guide to learn more about ADCs are how they evolved over the years to meet new demands.