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7 considerations before you refresh your F5 or Citrix NetScaler load balancers

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.
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