A10 to showcase A10 Harmony Solution architecture at GITEX 2016
The new platform is tailored for traditional data centres, private, public and hybrid clouds.
A10 Networks, a provider in application networking and security, has announced that it will be showcasing its A10 Harmony solution architecture at the upcoming GITEX Technology Week 2016.
Henk Jan Spanjaard, vice president of EMEA Sales at A10 Networks shared: "A10 Harmony was an architecture introduced in early 2015 that lays the foundation of a rapid services integration platform for enterprise, cloud, and service provider networks.
"With A10 Harmony, developers can integrate intelligent application networking services more easily with high-performance A10 Thunder Series Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs)."
The platform brings a host of secure applications services designed for traditional data centres, private, public and hybrid clouds. A10 Harmony will be equipped with a cloud services controller for centralised application policy management and orchestration.
Additional capabilities include elastic application traffic management, integration with DevOps processes, deep per-application visibility and analytics, as well as support for microservices and container-based applications.
"Our recent acquisition of Appcito, a multi-cloud application delivery expert, adds to A10 Networks' existing momentum around providing secure application service solutions that meet several key demands. These demands include application analytics, visibility, and centralised control," commented Spanjaard.
"GITEX provides us the ideal platform to meet with CIOs and IT managers and discuss this revolutionary architecture that will help enterprises become both 'cloud-ready' and 'cloud-native," he added.
In addition to A10 Harmony, the company will showcase its latest offerings in DDoS protection, SSL inspection, data centre firewalls, and secure web gateway. A10 will also showcase its latest offerings produced from the recently signed technology partnership with Cylance, which saw the incorporation of artificial intelligence in threat detection and prevention.