Optimizes application performance and improves the user experience.
When your applications are humming along, you’ll reduce the need for additional bandwidth and hardware. That lightens the load on your IT department, which frees up resources and expenses, leading to greater revenue.
Oftentimes the burden falls on the developers to fix performance issues in code. BIG-IP Application Acceleration Manager (AAM) improves performance without bogging down your development team.
With hardware and virtual solutions, your application can overcome latency issues and speed up response times within the parameters of the existing code.
As an intelligent proxy, BIG-IP AAM allows you to consolidate devices and services to deliver optimized applications while reducing costs.
It increases server capacity by an average of 20 percent through compression offload and sophisticated caching. BIG-IP AAM also transfers data more efficiently by reducing the size of data sent over the network and eliminating TCP retransmissions.
Users have little patience for waiting on content. BIG-IP AAM
ensures that your content loads quickly and efficiently, so your users
spend less time waiting and more time interacting with your apps.
Both the BIG-IP family of devices and the VIPRION chassis are purpose-built, powerful hardware that F5 software runs on.
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BIG-IP virtual editions have the same features as those that run on F5 purpose-built hardware—and you can deploy them on any leading hypervisor or select cloud providers.
F5 application services work exactly the same way in the public and private cloud as they do in the data center.
Protects apps from even the most aggressive volumetric DDoS attacks.
Gives you the flexibility to deploy web application firewall (WAF) services close to apps, so they’re protected wherever they reside.
Integrates and unifies secure user access to applications.
Reduces image sizes by lowering quality, stripping out metadata, and converting image format.
Improves download and performance times by storing static objects and only requesting truly dynamic content.
Caches more information from dynamic web applications without sacrificing application behavior.