SOFTWARE-DEFINED INFRASTRUCTURE 
ON BARE METAL BOOSTS PERFORMANCE

Enterprises and service providers alike are witnessing the compelling agility and operational expenditure savings that virtualization brings to data centers. The ability to achieve this agility with software-defined infrastructure (SDI) on bare metal hardware makes the strategy all that more attractive.

To support service provider growth, A10 Networks created application networking software for bare metal environments running on Intel® processor-based servers, delivering stronger performance, flexibility and efficiency.

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BARE METAL

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BOOST

Manage both purpose-built appliances and SDI functions without increasing OPEX

Download Intel’s in-depth white paper to explore how A10’s ADC software can be deployed on Intel-based bare metal servers to deliver up to double the number of L4 connections per second than KVM-virtualized servers.*¹

Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by decoupling software

Gain full suite of application delivery and security services on bare metal

Deliver software solutions with metered, 
pay-by-the-hour cloud consumption models for subscribers

Drastically reduce latency found in traditional virtualized networks

Achieve up to 40 Gbps throughput via A10’s ACOS software on bare metal environments

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