Load Balancing for DevOps

Load Balancing for DevOps (by Avi Networks)

Get load balancing that is aligned with you CI/CD pipeline and helps you deliver self-service


VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks) is an enterprise-grade, software-only load balancing fabric that is built on an elastic, cloud-native architecture. Avi automates common application delivery tasks with integration with Ansible, Terraform, and vRO/vRA. The platform is centrally managed and deployed in any multi-cloud environment (NSX is not required). 


Enterprise Grade Load Balancing for VMware Cloud on AWS

Tuesday, July 13, 2021 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CT

Multi-Cloud is a reality for modern applications that are deployed everywhere – from data centers to the clouds. VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks) is a full-featured L4-7 load balancing software solution that is agnostic to the underlying environments. We talked about how to separate fact from fiction and accelerate public cloud migration in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. 
Matthew Karnowski



Accelerating Public Cloud Migration with Multi-Cloud Load Balancing

Tuesday, July 20, 2021 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CT

Avi Networks, now part of VMware, has helped many enterprises speed up their migration to the public clouds including Azure, AWS and Google Cloud. Learn why customers, especially those with a multi-cloud strategy, are choosing VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks) to drive end-to-end automation, simpler operations and deeper visibility for load balancing and web application firewall.
Abhinav Modi



Deep Automation & ML Driven Analytics for Application Services

Wednesday, July 28, 2021 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CT

Do you want to simplify capacity planning, web application security, and continuous delivery? The secret sauce for application delivery automation is deep intelligence. Avi Networks’ multi-cloud application services include software-defined load balancing, security, and analytics across on-prem data centers and public clouds.
Gaurav Rastogi