Avi Networks is the Cloud Application Delivery Company. The Avi Networks Cloud Application Delivery Platform (CADP) brings the benefits of hyperscale application delivery to enterprises at any scale with a unique analytics-driven and distributed application delivery architecture.
HYDRA™, the Avi Networks solution guarantees end-user application experience for onpremise and cloud-based applications. The company’s founding team has previously delivered products that today run in over 80% of the world’s data centers.
HYDRA – Hyperscale Distributed Resources Architecture
Built from the ground up, a next generation, fully distributed architecture for application delivery and analytics. Key highlights of the architecture:
Agility via programmability, self-service and an on-demand elastic scale.
Analytics and insights about every real-time and historic user-to-application transaction.
Adaptive to changes in user-demand or application scale, automatically.
Mobile access optimized – from a performance, scale and security perspective.
Multi-cloud support for on-premise, private and public cloud deployments.
Full featured application availability features for
Protocols: TCP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, DNS, SPDY*
Algorithms: Avi ServerSaver™, Least Connections, Least Load, Fastest Response, Consistent Hash
Round Robin, and Random Selection – With Weighted Priority inbuilt into each algorithm
Persistence: Source IP Address, HTTP Cookie, Secure Cookie
Server Health Monitoring: Ping, TCP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, DNS, External Script, Passive Inline
Content Switching based on matches against HTTP and/or TCP/IP Headers
- RSA (1K/2K/3K) + Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) - SECP256R1 /SECP384R1 / SECP521R1
- Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS)
- Strict Transport Security
SSL server re-encryption
IP, HTTP access control
Policy based client redirection, tracking
DDoS mitigation: SYN flood, SlowLoris, SlowPOST, ICMP etc.
- TCP proxy, buffering
- TCP Multiplexing, Buffering, Connection Keep-alive, Windows Scaling,Selective Acknowledgement, Fast Ramp
HTTP request and connection multiplexing
Quality of Service (QoS)
Rate control of throughput and number of connections
Ability to limit maximum number of connections on a single IP
DSCP tagging for higher network QoS
QoS controls across virtual services on a single Service Engine