A10 Networks has launched a centralized management system for configuration and monitoring of ACOS (Advanced Core Operating System) devices, aGalaxy 3.0 for $12,500.
aGalaxy 3.0 expands support beyond A10 Thunder ADC (Application Delivery Controller) to include Thunder TPS (Threat Protection System).
The company said organizations can efficiently scale operations while maximizing network uptime and security with new features such as an attack mitigation console and an interactive services map.
In addition, aGalaxy centralized management system can reduce administrative costs by automating IT processes and streamlining management.
This apart, staff can pinpoint network issues and enforce consistent security policies across their network while reducing expenses.
While network operators can embrace DevOps principles such as continuous deployment by rapidly distributing policies to all end points and automating IT tasks.
Company officials said organizations can manage application services and security policies across their network with aGalaxy while it manages hundreds of Thunder ADC or Thunder TPS appliances, streamlining operations and lowering IT costs.
aGalaxy also enable administrators to monitor and analyze their deployment while administrators can upgrade software, manage SSL certifications and backup and restore configuration files from a single location.
Also, administrators can apply DDoS mitigation templates or custom countermeasures instantly.
aGalaxy enable administrators to identify, diagnose and resolve performance problems before they impact user experience.
In May, Saxo Bank utilized A 10 Thunder Application Delivery Controllers (ADC) to meet the transaction processing needs of its online trading platform.
Last year in October, A 10 Networks unveiled the A 10 Security Alliance, an ecosystem of security and networking companies working together to help mitigate threats and automate security operations.