Use this calculator to estimate the return on investment (ROI) of consolidating legacy load balancers to fewer next generation F5 Application Delivery Controllers.

Realize significant savings through increased performance, better utilization, and savings on maintenance, energy, and rack space. Results are calculated for three-year and five-year analysis on the calculator below.

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Cloud bursting, the hybrid cloud, and why cloud-agnostic load balancers matter

Andrew Ragone | 2 weeks ago

Cloud Bursting and Hybrid Cloud When researching cloud bursting, there are many directions Google may take you. Perhaps you come across services for airplanes that attempt to turn cloudy wedding days into memorable events. Perhaps you'd...

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Does Your Cloud Quiesce? It Should.

Lori MacVittie | 2/25/2013

#cloud #sdn Without the ability to gracefully shutdown the "contraction" side of elasticity may be problematic Quiescence, in a nutshell, is your mom telling you to "finish what you're doing but don't start anything new...

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Simplifying Application Architecture in a Dynamic Data Center through Virtualization

Lori MacVittie | 12/5/2012

Application architecture has never really been easy, but the introduction of virtualization may make it even less easy – unless you plan ahead Most applications today maintain at least two if not three or more "tiers" within their...

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The Limits of Cloud: Gratuitous ARP and Failover

Lori MacVittie | 12/3/2012

#Cloud is great at many things. At other things, not so much. Understanding the limitations of cloud will better enable a successful migration strategy. One of the truisms of technology is that takes a few years of adoption before folks really...

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