A10 Networks avails products on Azure Marketplace
Harmony Controller, vThunder ADC and Lightning ADC now available on the Microsoft SaaS marketplace
A10 Networks cloud-native application delivery solutions, including the Harmony Controller, vThunder ADC and Lightning ADC, are now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
The Azure Marketplace is an online market for buying and selling finished software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications and premium datasets.
“Through Microsoft Azure Marketplace, customers around the world can find, buy, and deploy partner solutions they can trust, all certified and optimised to run on Azure,” said Sajan Parihar, Director, Microsoft Azure Platform at Microsoft Corp. “We’re happy to welcome A10 Networks’ cloud-native application delivery solution to the growing Azure Marketplace ecosystem.”
A10 Networks’ Harmony Controller provides centralised management and analytics for A10 secure application services, including A10 Thunder ADC and Lightning ADC, SSLi, CFW, and CGN in multi-cloud environments for application configuration and policy enforcement.
The AI-powered analytics solution is designed to simplify the management of distributed application services to shorten troubleshooting times, receive alerts on performance or security anomalies, improve capacity planning, and optimise IT infrastructure and multi-cloud environments.
“We are very excited that enterprise customers worldwide will be able to leverage the Azure Marketplace to gain access to A10’s cloud-native Application Delivery solution including the Harmony Controller and the high level of agility and efficiency it delivers to meet their scalability, reliability, and performance requirements,” said Kamal Anand, vice president, cloud business unit at A10 Networks.
“Multi-cloud convenience and flexibility comes with many management challenges, and the Harmony Controller alleviates many of those issues with its ability to deliver centralised management and analytics across any underlying infrastructure — from traditional on-premises datacentres to public, private and hybrid clouds and Kubernetes container environments,” Anand added.