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Application Delivery Controllers - FortiADC

FortiADC hardware and virtual Application Delivery Controllers provide unmatched Server Load Balancing performance whether to scale an application across a few servers in a single data center or serve multiple applications to millions of users around the globe. With included SSL Offloading, HTTP Compression, Global Server Load Balancing, Firewall and Link Load Balancing, they offer the performance, features and security needed at a single all-inclusive price.

Highlights

  • L4 throughput from 2.7 Gbps to 50 Gbps.
  • Complete layer 4 to 7 server load balancing solution with intelligent policy-based routing
  • Web Application Firewall and IP Reputation (subscriptions required)
  • Scripting for custom load balancing and content rewriting rules
  • Authentication Offloading speeds user authentication for secure applications
  • SSL Forward Proxy for increased secure traffic inspection with FortiGate firewalls
  • Qualified for Microsoft Exchange 2010 and 2013

For detailed information on how to use FortiADC to load balance Microsoft Applications, FortiMail and FortiCache, please visit our FortiADC document center

  • FortiADC-200D Application Delivery Controller
    Application Delivery Controller Appliances FortiADC
    Hardware-based ADCs for small, medium and large enterprise
  • Virtual Appliances FortiADC-VM
    Virtual ADCs with support for up to 8 CPUs and 16 GB of memory

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In looking for a network security vendor, it was very important for us to find one that would support our new EVDO network, one that we could manage remotely and one that had consolidated functionality so that we could easily and cost-effectively add network security functions on an as-needed basis. Fortinet was the only vendor that met all these needs.

Larry Havlik
Senior Director of Information Technology and Facilities
Hat World