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Chandra Sekar

Chandra Sekar is Vice President of Marketing at Avi Networks. Chandra has built his experience working on security and enterprise software systems in various roles engineering, product management and marketing roles. He started his career as a software engineer working on distributed image/document management systems.

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Avi Networks Is the On-Ramp for Adobe’s Cloud Transformation on Microsoft Azure

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Posted on Jan 10, 2018 2:07:28 PM

When Adobe needed fast and efficient application delivery, it ran its Adobe Experience Cloud solutions on Microsoft Azure. But for Adobe, the on-ramp to cloud transformation was Avi Networks.

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Topics: Customers, Load Balancing, Public Cloud, Software Load Balancer, Elastic Load Balancing

Software Load Balancer Advantages & 9 Reasons to Switch

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Posted on Jun 2, 2017 10:42:31 AM

Load balancers became popular about two decades ago with the dawn of the Internet age. With the goals of optimizing the performance of newly created websites and ensuring that end users had a responsive experience when visiting a site, the load balancer was an essential front end to web servers and applications. The load balancer plays the traffic cop, using different algorithms to optimize the distribution of traffic to backend servers.

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Topics: Software Load Balancer

Modern Container Applications | The Easy Road with Avi

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Posted on May 2, 2017 6:30:00 AM

Today Avi Networks and Red Hat spelled out the details of their collaboration to help enterprises develop and deploy production-ready microservices applications. The announcement comes on the eve of the Red Hat Summit in Boston. The joint solution with the Avi Vantage Platform providing container networking services for applications built on Red Hat Openshift will be demonstrated at the conference.

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Topics: Microservices, Containers, App Map, Micro-segmentation, Service Discovery, openshift

Cisco ACE Replacement | Cut TCO with Avi Networks

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Posted on Mar 31, 2017 9:05:00 AM

As of January 2014, Cisco has stopped production of ACE load balancers and exited the application delivery market. Cisco is no longer supporting software on Cisco ACE and soon will no longer support the hardware. It is recommended that all enterprises running Cisco ACE make the transition as soon as possible.

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Topics: cisco ACE

Ludicrous Scale | Elastic Load Balancing Put to the Test

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Posted on Feb 1, 2017 6:24:51 AM

Today, Avi Networks shared news of demonstrating unprecedented elasticity and scale with software-defined load balancers. The demo started as a pet project of our CTO, Ranga Rajagopalan. Ranga always knew that the software-defined architecture for Avi’s load balancers that he conceived and implemented with his fellow founders was highly scalable and elastic as verified by Avi’s performance testers. But, what would it take to put Avi through its paces beyond the QA lab?

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Topics: Load Balancing, software-defined load balancing, Elastic Scale, Ludicrous Scale, Million TPS, Elastic Application Services Fabric

Dan Warmenhoven | Interview with SDxCentral about IT Infrastructure

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Posted on Dec 21, 2016 11:20:00 AM

Dan Warmenhoven is the newest board member at Avi Networks.  SDxCentral's Craig Matsumoto took this announcement as an opportunity to chat with Dan about the changing IT infrastructure and what the incumbents ought to do about it.

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Topics: Avi Networks, Software Load Balancer, sdxcentral, management, board of directors

Network Operations | Simplify with Cisco ACI and Avi Networks

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Posted on Nov 10, 2016 9:04:04 AM

This blog post originally appeared in Cisco's Data Center Blog site 

Software load balancers are making a big splash in recent times driven by developer-centric and application-led initiatives. Adding to this growing space of excitement is the up and coming Avi Networks (a Gartner Cool Vendor in Enterprise Networking 2016) which makes load balancers cool again!

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Topics: cisco, ADC, Software Defined Networks, Network Virtualization, SDN, SDDC, Software Load Balancer, Case Study

Networking One-Liners | Avi Networks Networking Capabilities

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Posted on Oct 19, 2016 9:04:00 AM

In his recent “Network one-liners” blog post, Gartner’s Andrew Lerner invited readers to share their own. We were tempted and took him up on it. Here are the 9 network one-liners - the Avi Edition.

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Topics: networking, gartner

Load Balancer Buyer's Guide | Evolve Your Application Strategies

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Posted on Aug 18, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Enterprises are facing significant changes in the way that they need to think about application deployment. They are taking a critical look at choices for their computing infrastructure, application services, and tooling. Many enterprises are making changes up and down the networking stack to drive automation with API-driven capabilities that empower application developers. Specifically, new thinking is driving decisions about load balancers or application delivery controllers (ADCs).  In a recent blog post, Andrew Lerner of Gartner says, “Application-centric personnel drive a return to lightweight, disaggregated load balancers, creating challenges and opportunities for I&O leaders.” You can read more about this in the Gartner’s research note (subscription required) on the topic.

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Topics: load balancer, ADC, buyers guide

Visibility for Microservices Apps | What Does it Really Mean?

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Posted on Jun 23, 2016 2:00:14 PM

If you have been following the evolution of microservices architectures and container-based applications, you have also heard ample references to the need for visibility.

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Topics: Load Balancing, Microservices, Containers, Service Fabric, App Map, Micro-segmentation, Service Discovery

   
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