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Hyperscale Envy

avatar Dhritiman Dasgupta (DD)
Posted on Feb 11, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Wikipedia defines “Hyperscale” as: the ability of an architecture to scale appropriately as increased demand is added to the system. This typically involves the ability to seamlessly provision and add compute, memory, networking, and storage resources to a given node or set of nodes that make up a larger computing, distributed computing, or grid computing environment.

Lets try it in English this time . . .

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Topics: HYDRA, Architecture

HYDRA: Hyperscale Distributed Resources Architecture

avatar Murali Basavaiah
Posted on Dec 10, 2014 12:30:00 AM

CLAD_ImageAs an engineer, I know how hard it is to make things simple. I also know that any great solution must begin with a customer-focused mindset, and not one that creates technology for technology's sake.       

At Avi Networks, we’re distinguishing our solutions with a single-minded focus on making things intuitively obvious. If that means adding a few extra weeks to the design cycle to make life easier for the user, we’ll do it. And every idea and conversation here begins by “walking in our customers’ shoes” because it’s essential that we truly understand their needs so we can invent new approaches that guarantee the best customer experience.

I’d like to share with you four stories that give you a glimpse into our thought process, design challenges and engineering priorities as we set out to create the industry’s first cloud application delivery platform.

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Topics: Product, Innovation, HYDRA, Closed-Loop Application Delivery, Avi Networks, Architecture

   

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