When companies leverage cloud computing technology in a virtual server environment, they expect resources to be available on command with minimal processing time. To accomplish this, virtual servers are often equipped with application delivery controls.
Through these application-specific control panels, virtual server hosting services can provide companies with an on-demand response to software needs over a virtualized network, Sys-Con Media reports.
Virtual data centers handling cloud computing solutions often operate with complex IT infrastructure, making it challenging to keep data, applications and other virtualized IT operations running smoothly.
With an application delivery control panel, virtualized networks can overcome bottlenecks as data passes from the virtual server into the network and is eventually deployed on the end-user's device. This is achieved by offloading servers, subsequently driving more data through WAN links and producing faster network traffic.
According to a recent article on TMCNet, virtual hosting hosting providers are increasingly deploying application delivery controls as cloud computing becomes more popular in businesses. The technology provides customers with maximum computing performance and constant availability of services over the virtualized network.