Application Delivery Controller (ADC)

Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is a computer networking device in a data center, usually part of an application distribution network (ADN), that helps perform common tasks, such as tools executed. It is displayed by web accelerators to load itself from the web server. Many also offer load balancers. The ADC is usually located in the DMZ, between an external firewall or router, and the web farm.

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Outbound LLB

Link Load Balancing (LLB)

Link Load Balancing is a term used to refer to traffic management initiated in a local area network that is predefined to traverse one of the WAN connections. A link load balancer is located at the LAN-WAN boundary.

WAN Optimization

WAN Optimization is a term used to describe applications and products used to manage and accelerate data flow over a wide area network (WAN).

TAP & Network Pocket Broker

TAP network (Terminal Access Point) represents a system that tracks events on the local network to assist the administrator (or attacker) in analyzing the network. [Citation needed] The faucet itself is usually a specialized hardware device that provides a way to access data flowing over a computer network.

Network Pocket Broker is an active device that directs selected raw data packets from the network interface (usually via SPAN or highlights) to specific monitoring devices and network services as well as management applications. performance and security.