Ensure the most efficient traffic distribution and performance across multiple servers.
What is Sierra ADC Load Balancer?
Load balancing is used to optimize the use of multiple resources. The workload is distributed across multiple servers, ensuring that no single resource is overloaded. ADCs have additional features, like monitoring server availability and providing fault tolerance, along with security features.
Sierra ADC Load Balancer is available as either a physical or virtual appliance. It provides high availability, peak performance, and configurable load balancing at an affordable price.
Why Pick Sierra?
Sierra ADC Load Balancer is integrated with Active Directory and other compatible authentication services, along with access control capabilities.
Sierra offers some of the most affordable pricing in ADC / load balancing appliances, while retaining all of the great features of more expensive solutions.
Layer 4 and Layer 7 Support
Sierra ADC Load Balancer supports layer 4 and layer 7 protocols, including HTTP, HTTPS, IMAP, FTP, FTPS, SMTP, DNS, and more. Our solution supports IPv4 and IPv6 load balancing, along with mixed environments.
Global Server Load Balancing
Sierra ADC Load Balancer can be utilized to balance traffic across multiple geographical locations. If your business has several locations, Sierra Load Balancer can optimize performance by routing traffic appropriately among your entire infrastructure, no matter the location.
Sierra ADC Load Balancer can monitor server health, and if issues are detected, traffic will be balanced among the remaining servers appropriately.
- Physical hardware or virtual machine (VM)
- Layer 4/7 support
- HTTP Caching
- Single-sign-on, AD integration
- SSL Offloading
- Data compression
- DDoS protection
- Microsoft Exchange and Lync compatible
- Content routing
- Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB)