Array load balancers provide high availability for a broad range of enterprise applications including Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint and Lync, Oracle PeopleSoft and WebLogic, VMware View, SAP NetWeaver, eClinicalWorks and many more. Array APV Series appliances are also ideal for Intranet applications as well as homegrown enterprise applications and services.
Application Delivery That's Simple Yet Scalable & Powerful Yet Cost-Effective
Array APV Series application delivery controllers provide the availability, scalability, performance, security and control essential to keeping applications and servers running in their power band.
Integrated local and global server load balancing, as well as link load balancing, ensure the highest levels of resiliency for your applications, while connection multiplexing, SSL offload, caching and compression work together to deliver the fastest end-user experience possible. What’s more, by terminating connections on APV Series ADCs, applications are protected behind Array’s WebWall® application security suite and advanced DDoS protection with machine learning.
Available as physical or virtual appliances, or on popular public clouds, Array ADCs are designed to meet technical requirements while remaining simple enough for any size IT team and affordable enough for any size business.
Availability, Performance & Security
APV Series physical and virtual appliances are deployed in front of Web and application servers to distribute traffic, scale server pools, maintain persistence and accelerate applications. In addition, Array ADCs act as both a strategic point of control and a first line of defense for business-critical applications and services.
Array application delivery controllers are ideal for ensuring availability, performance and security for internal users on private networks, as well as end-users accessing Web-based applications and cloud services over the Internet.
Each Array ADC shares an all-inclusive feature set for simple, cost-effective ordering, and is available with your choice of software or hardware SSL acceleration.
Array APV Series Load Balancers
APV x800 Series Specifications
|Max. L4 Throughput||7 Gbps||20 Gbps||40 Gbps||100 Gbps||160 Gbps|
|Max. SSL Transactions per Second (RSA 2K)||20K||20K||40K||53K||110K|
|Max. ECC Transactions per Second (ECDSA P256)||14K||14K||28K||38K||76K|
|SSL Throughput||7 Gbps||10 Gbps||25 Gbps||45 Gbps||90 Gbps|
APV x600 Series Specifications
|1600 v5||2600 v5||3600 v5||6600FIPS||7600|
|Max. L4 Throughput||3.5 Gbps||20 Gbps||35 Gbps||35 Gbps||80 Gbps|
|Max. SSL Transactions per Second (RSA 2K)||2K||20K||40K||9K||53K|
|Max. ECC Transactions per Second (ECDSA P256)||1K (SW)||14K||28K||N/A||38K|
|SSL Throughput||1.5 Gbps||10 Gbps||25 Gbps||2 Gbps||45 Gbps|
|Throughput||Hypervisor Support||VM Requirements|
|Up to 4Gbps||Array AVX Series Network Functions Platform, VMware, Hyper-V, XenServer, KVM, OpenXen, Huawei||Supports 1 to 8 vCPUs. Requires minimum 4 Virtual Network Adaptors, 2GB RAM, 40GB Disk|
SoftLayer, an IBM Company
APV Series ADC & AG Series SSL VPN for Load-Balancing-as-a-Service
APV Series ADC for Electronic Health Records & Patient Management
State Bank of India
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vAPV Virtual ADC for eClinicalWorks
Los Angeles Community College District
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APV Series ADC for Membership & Learning Management
vAPV Virtual ADC for SharePoint
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vAPV Virtual ADC for eClinicalWorks & SolarWinds
APV Series Application Delivery Controller for Infrastructure Performance Management
South Carolina Federal Credit Union
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