Citrix ADC is an application delivery controller (ADC) that accelerates application performance, enhances application availability with advanced L4-7 load balancing, secures mission-critical apps from attacks and lowers server expenses by offloading computationally intensive tasks.
Citrix ADC is the most comprehensive application delivery and load balancing solution for monolithic and microservices-based applications. Which means you can deliver a better user experience, on any device—anywhere.
A single code base across the Citrix ADC portfolio gives you greater agility and speed by providing operational consistency and holistic visibility across multi-cloud with a single pane of glass.
Anything encrypted needs decryption when it reaches the destination. Allow the Citrix ADC to handle these tasks in an efficient manner.
Citrix SD-WAN solutions allow organizations to provide secure, reliable access to business applications—no matter where they’re deployed or which devices and networks are used. This technology is becoming especially critical in the era of hybrid work environments, where employees frequently work away from branch offices.
Deliver consistent networking and security for your applications running natively in public clouds with NSX Cloud.
Use NSX tools for consistent security and networking policy enforcement across on-premises and native public cloud workloads.
Gain control over east-west traffic between application workloads running natively in public clouds with stateful firewalling up to Layer 7 (application identification and distributed FQDN allowlisting). This enables the enforcement of security policies to VMs as well as native services in public clouds.
Use a public cloud provider’s security and networking constructs for consistent security and networking policy enforcement across on-premises and native public cloud workloads.
Bring networking and security capabilities to endpoints across multiple clouds and, by integrating with NSX Data Center, enable networking and security management across clouds and data center sites.
Enable discovery and protection of native public cloud service endpoints in addition to virtual machines (VMs) and Amazon EC2 instances.
Define security groups and rules based on rich policy constructs, such as instance name, OS type, Amazon Machine Image (AMI) ID, and userdefined tags.