Fortinet announced new additions to its secure application delivery product portfolio.
The enterprise security major strengthened the portfolio after it acquired Coyote Point Systems and XDN.
The FortiADC-300E is a high-performance application delivery controller (ADC) for mid-sized enterprises.
It comes with traditional load balancing with advanced features that route traffic at the application level and offload secure HTTPS transactions from servers.
FortiDirector is a hosted Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB) service for medium and large enterprises.
“As an extension to Fortinet’s leadership in the high performance network security market, the FortiADC-300E and FortiDirector combine to offer blazing fast HTTP performance, high reliability and optimized support of secure traffic across multiple data centers,” said John Maddison, vice president of marketing, Fortinet.
Based on Coyote Point’s Equalizer E370LX application delivery appliance, FortiADC-300E extends the current FortiADC lineup into the mid-market.
It offers up to 4.8 Gbps of L4 throughput and up to 75,000 L7 requests per second.
In addition, it offers 7,500 HTTPS transactions per second helps to offload secure application traffic from servers to increase application performance and improve end-user response times.
Fortinet says advanced L7 policy-based routing gives customers granular control of traffic no matter how complex the application or data center infrastructure.