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  • Meetup: Architecting for operational sustainability with Kubernetes
    Meetup: Architecting for operational sustainability with Kubernetes Ranga Rajagopalan Recorded: Aug 15 2017 55 mins
    Container Networking and Application Services meet up with Avi Networks CTO, Ranga Rajagopalan and guest speaker Craig McLuckie from Heptio.
  • Tutorial 1: Deploying production-ready container apps
    Tutorial 1: Deploying production-ready container apps Ranga Rajagopalan Recorded: Aug 15 2017 40 mins
    App teams are excited about using microservices architectures and containers. Running a few containers in a development environment with a few open source tools is very different from running large clusters with thousands of containers supporting production applications. In this three-part tutorial, Avi Networks CTO, Ranga Rajagopalan explains step-by-step with examples, the services needed and practical considerations in deploying production-ready, container-based applications.

    Episode 1:
    In this episode, Ranga will cover the concept of a Service Mesh for an OpenShift - Kubernetes cluster along with the following:
    Need for an ingress controller and an intra-cluster traffic manager
    How to deploy a service mesh in a kubernetes cluster
    Real-life examples of a service mesh deployment
    Best practices and lessons learned from production deployments

    Register for the upcoming episodes in this tutorial series for on-demand access to the videos.
    Episode 2: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7441307064554961155
    Episode 3: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6587591261168317699


    About Ranga Rajagopalan:
    Over the last 15 years, prior to co-founding Avi Networks, Ranga has been an architect and developer of several high-performance distributed operating systems as well as networking and storage data center products. Before his current role as CTO, he was the Senior Director at Cisco’s Data Center business unit, responsible for platform software on the Nexus 7000 product line. Joining Cisco through the acquisition of Andiamo where he was one of the lead architects for the SAN-OS operating system, Ranga began his career at SGI as an IRIX kernel engineer for the Origin series of ccNUMA servers.
  • Elastic and adaptive load balancing on the Cisco CSP 2100 NFV Platform
    Elastic and adaptive load balancing on the Cisco CSP 2100 NFV Platform Gunnar Anderson and Ashish Shah Recorded: Jun 15 2017 45 mins
    Enterprises deploying cloud-native applications are ditching traditional infrastructure approaches. They realize that the need to order, connect, rack and stack dedicated hardware appliances for various network functions slow down application deployments and updates.

    Cisco Systems and Avi Networks have teamed up to solve one the most common automation challenges in the application delivery cycle. Cisco CSP 2100 is a robust network function virtualization (NFV) platform and is part of Cisco Secure Agile Exchange solution. The Avi Vantage Platform delivers multi-cloud load balancing and adaptive per-app services using a scalable, software-defined architecture.

    Join Avi Networks and Cisco on this webinar to learn how Fortune 500 enterprises are:
    • Delivering application services for modern cloud-native applications
    • Achieving end-to-end automation for application delivery services
    • Troubleshooting issues in minutes with real-time application, security, and end-user insights
    • Saving over 50% on TCO for load balancing compared to traditional approaches
  • Virtual Load Balancer Challenges and How to Conquer Them
    Virtual Load Balancer Challenges and How to Conquer Them Ashish Shah Recorded: May 2 2017 30 mins
    While virtual appliances for load balancing, long thought of as the answer for software-driven infrastructure, have existed since the advent of virtualization, they inherit most of the architectural challenges of legacy solutions, including limited scalability, lack of central management and orchestration, and performance limitations. Instead, what is needed is an application delivery architecture based on software-defined principles that logically separates the control plane from the data plane delivering the application services.

    Join us for this 30 minute webinar with Q&A to learn how to overcome the challenges of using virtual load balancers.
  • Using Container Networking for Microservices Applications: A Red Hat Use Case
    Using Container Networking for Microservices Applications: A Red Hat Use Case Ranga Rajagopalan, CTO, Avi Networks and Satish Kale, Solution Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Apr 11 2017 49 mins
    Production-ready applications implemented on OpenShift need networking services such as load balancing within and across clusters, service discovery, application performance monitoring, security, and visibility to service dependencies. Hardware or virtual appliance-based load balancers are not built to handle the dynamic and distributed nature of microservices applications, while lightweight proxies don't have the analytics, scale, security, nor enterprise class load balancing features that enterprises expect for production deployments.

    Join Avi Networks and Red Hat for this informative session on important OpenShift and container networking concepts and how you can create robust microservices applications.

    You will learn:

    - How to setup ready-to-use local and global load balancing services
    - Perform service discovery to map service domain names to virtual IPs
    - How to visualize microservices with dependency graphs
    - Deliver monitoring, analytics, and security services

    Speakers:

    Ranga Rajagopalan - CTO, Avi Networks Inc.
    Satish Kale - Solution Architect, Red Hat Inc.
  • OpenStack Deployments and LBaaS: A Customer Case Study
    OpenStack Deployments and LBaaS: A Customer Case Study Nate Baechtold, Enterprise Architect, EBSCO Information Services Recorded: Apr 6 2017 48 mins
    Many enterprises embarking on OpenStack projects or data center automation initiatives are not aware of potential pitfalls during their implementation. Networking and application services represent one such area that can trip up even the most experienced network and cloud teams.

    In this webinar, Nate Baechtold, Enterprise Architect at EBSCO Information Services - a pioneer and successful early adopter of OpenStack - will share his experience and information that he wishes he had before he started his OpenStack journey.

    You will learn:
    - Best practices and lessons learned from EBSCO’s successful Red Hat OpenStack deployment
    - Load balancing (LBaaS) and self-service considerations within the OpenStack environment and how to meet performance and availability requirements
    - Building a CI/CD delivery model with blue-green deployments on top of OpenStack and software-defined load balancers
  • How to Increase Application Capacity, Reliability & Scale with Load Balancers
    How to Increase Application Capacity, Reliability & Scale with Load Balancers Ranga Rajagopalan Recorded: Mar 14 2017 36 mins
    The market for ADCs is very competitive, with nearly every vendor claiming a performance advantage. Join Avi Networks CTO, Ranga Rajagopalan for an extraordinary demo on how you can scale from zero to 1 million SSL transactions per second (TPS) at a fraction of the cost of a traditional, appliance-based load balancers.

    In this webinar, Ranga will debunk the performance myth commonly perpetuated by vendors of hardware load balancers. He will perform a live test during the webinar using the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to achieve “ludicrous scale without incurring ludicrous costs” for high-volume SSL transactions.

    Learn how next-generation load balancers:
    • Provide truly elastic scale – scaling up or scaling down
    • Deliver multi-cloud capabilities
    • Lower your total cost of ownership
  • Migrate from F5 to Avi Networks - Go from rigid hardware to elastic software
    Migrate from F5 to Avi Networks - Go from rigid hardware to elastic software Nathan McMahon Recorded: Feb 2 2017 56 mins
    Does the following IT conversation look familiar?
    Application Owner: “It takes the network guys too long to provision load balancing services”
    Network Team: “Yes, but it is because our hardware load balancers are so inflexible”
    CIO: “I am tired of spending hundreds of thousands every few years and it doesn’t even help our future plans”

    If that sounds familiar, this webinar is for you. Enterprises seeking elastic application services are choosing an elastic software-defined approach to load balancing. Learn how large multinational enterprises have solved their application delivery challenges by migrating from F5 BIG-IP and Viprion hardware appliances to Elastic Application Service Fabric.

    Nathan McMahon from the Avi Networks solution architecture team will present the best practices for migrating from F5 appliances to the Avi Vantage Platform. You will learn how to convert your current configurations and iRules to a simple API-driven software platform that:

    • Reduces your TCO by more 70%
    • Helps troubleshoot application issues in minutes
    • Accelerates application roll outs by 5 times
  • 7 considerations before you refresh your F5 or Citrix NetScaler load balancers
    7 considerations before you refresh your F5 or Citrix NetScaler load balancers Chandra Sekar Recorded: Dec 15 2016 56 mins
    Traditional ADCs force organizations into proprietary and expensive hardware-based appliances even as application needs are evolving and to improve SLAs to internal customers. This not only increases TCO but also does not provide a uniform architecture for on-premises and cloud deployments. Before you commit to an expensive multi-year license and maintenance contract, it is important to consider key questions and what they will mean for the future of application services in your enterprise.

    • Can I provision VIPs in minutes in any data center, private, or public cloud?
    • Can I scale my load balancers and my backend application servers on-demand?
    • How can I get real-time insights and visibility into application traffic?

    Register for this webinar to see other critical considerations and how next-gen ADC architectures can address these challenges head on. In just 30 minutes, you will learn how a software-defined load balancing architecture can play an expanded role in delivering and scaling your applications across clouds, providing performance insights, and automating application services - all at great cost savings.
  • Delivering Applications in Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Environments
    Delivering Applications in Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Environments Ashish Shah Recorded: Nov 17 2016 37 mins
    Enterprises are increasingly adopting hybrid and multi-cloud computing strategies to speed up application rollouts, gain operational and cost benefits, and improve business agility. According to RightScale’s “Cloud Computing Trends: 2016 State of the Cloud” survey and report, hybrid cloud adoption increased from 58% to 77% year-over-year. 17% of enterprises now have more than 1000 VMs in the public cloud, up from 13% in 2015. This of course means that businesses need to consider application services that work across data centers and multiple cloud environments.

    Join Avi Networks for a webinar to learn how to:

    -Deliver consistent load balancing and application services across cloud environments
    -Leverage the power of hybrid clouds, elastic on-demand scaling, and cloud bursting
    -Troubleshoot application issues in mere minutes with pinpoint analytics
    -Reduce the risk of cloud vendor lock in

    In just 40 minutes, you will learn how next-gen load balancing architectures can play an expanded role in delivering and scaling your applications across clouds, providing performance insights, and automating application services.

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