A10 Networks releases centralised console for DDoS defence
Networks specialist targets cost-shaving with aGalaxy 3.0
A10 Networks today announced the launch of aGalaxy 3.0, designed as a centralised management system for A10's proprietary ACOS (Advanced Core Operating System) devices.
A10 said in a statement that the aGalaxy 3.0 was meant to "expand support" beyond A10 Thunder ADC (Application Delivery Controller) to include Thunder TPS (Threat Protection System). New features, such as an attack mitigation console and an interactive services map, are designed to "ensure organisations can efficiently scale operations while maximising network uptime and security", A10 said.
Much of A10's vision for aGalaxy 3.0 is centred on reducing the costs associated with power, cooling, and space, but also administrative costs.
"For large organizations, the aGalaxy centralized management system can drive down administrative costs by automating IT processes and streamlining management," A10 said.
"A10 raised the bar on application services management with the introduction of the A10 Harmony Architecture in January," said Sanjay Kapoor, vice president of global marketing at A10 Networks. "AGalaxy 3.0 extends that leadership by providing a centralised management system that scales with our customers' networks. AGalaxy is an essential component for our DDoS security customers, enabling them to monitor and rapidly mitigate large-scale attacks from a single pane of glass."
AGalaxy 3.0 is available now, starting at $12,500.