vThunder Virtual Appliances for AWS
Implement proven application delivery controllers (ADC) and advanced global server load-balancing (GSLB) solutions on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud. Unify vThunder with the AWS public cloud infrastructure to extend consistent features across your physical, virtual and cloud computing environments.
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How it benefits your business
Enable rapid provisioning and on-demand access to cloud IaaS computing resources with minimal management efforts and streamlined global policy enforcement.
Utilize cost-effective IaaS computing resources with similar on-demand ADC services and pay only for your usage without upfront capital expense or unexpected operational costs.
Prepare & recover
Leverage the AWS global infrastructure with vThunder global server load-balancing (GSLB) to increase uptime, enabling robust business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) solutions.
Quickly migrate workloads and configurations from the AWS public cloud to private data centers, and vice versa, for fast deployments or major infrastructure upgrades.
Gain advanced ADC feature sets in the AWS public cloud, including Web application firewalls (WAF), DDoS mitigation, global server load-balancing (GSLB) and more.
Outsource data center operations to the AWS cloud to reduce costs and minimize infrastructure management for small- to mid-sized businesses or organizations building flexible hybrid environments.
Up to 500 Mbps
Deliver faster user experiences with high-performance ADC processing on AWS with licenses from 10 to 500 Mbps.
Choose a billing option that works for your business, including deterministic models with fixed hourly rates (i.e., no monthly base charges) or bring-your-own-license (BYOL) plans.
Combine the power of public cloud services with proven application delivery features to deploy cost-effective business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) environments.
EC2 or VPC
Launch vThunder images, including rich ADC services, in minutes in Amazon EC2 or VPC environments. Available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), vThunder for AWS supports various EC2 instances of up to 8 vCPUs.
Leverage cloud-based IaaS for additional capacity during peak usage, including product launches, press announcements or promotional events.