jetNEXUS provides innovative solutions for application acceleration, load balancing, appliance deployments and delivery. The company works to continuously improve the performance, scalability, reliability and manageability of a variety of applications.
Recently, the company launched a set of new auto-configuration templates to accelerate the time it takes to deploy load balancers. In fact, the new solution enables clients to deploy fully-configured Accelerating Load Balancer Extreme (ALB-X) in record time.
“The new jetPACK templates will accelerate deployment time, streamlining the configuration process, eliminating mistakes and reducing the need for extensive support,” said Greg Howett, CEO, jetNEXUS, in a statement.
“jetPACK enables deep integration with key business critical applications, delivering the pre-defined, application specific settings required for superb performance and optimized service delivery. Simply upload the jetPACK file via the ALB-X GUI for instant deployment,” Howett added.
The new templates provide a unique method for configuring jetNEXUS ALB-X for specific applications. This helps remove the complexities and time consuming overheads of installing appliances for individual application sets and enables clients to deliver load balancing services for business applications quickly without having to wade through pages of documentation. They can also learn the individual load balancing policies, cookies and health checks required for each port and service with ease.
jetPACK templates are delivered pre-tuned and are readily available for the jetNEXUS ALB-X in all its form factors including powerful hardware, certified virtual appliance (VMware, Citrix, Microsoft (News - Alert)), and bootable software image.
Earlier this year, TMCnet reported that jetNEXUS launched its advanced load balancing and application delivery solution, the ALB-X, in the Amazon Web Services (News - Alert) Cloud. The ALB-X dramatically improves the performance, reliability and manageability of application delivery environments and reduces both the infrastructure and bandwidth required to deliver Web-based services.
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