Keeping Corporate Applications Available
Addressing Network Scalability Requirements
Bandwidth Limit Becomes History
Unbreakable Business Continuity

The Q-Balancer WAN Load Balancing intelligently aggregates multiple Internet connections to speed up the application delivery. The intelligent algorithms will help find the most active and responsive link when new requests arise.

Solution: Inbound Load Balancing & Failover

The inbound load balancing increases bandwidth utilization of uplinks and accelerates the delivery for incoming requests by dynamically adjusting IP resolutions to the DNS queries when new requests arise.

Benefits and Business Outcomes:

With the appliances deployed at both ends, the IPSec VPN tunnels can be formed on multiple interfaces and LAN-to-LAN traffic can be sent across multiple tunnels by sessions or IP.

The solution keeps VPN connectivity up and running in the event of Internet outage by diverting VPN traffic down to the remaining active paths; it maximizes site-to-site VPN speed by efficiently distributing VPN traffic across multiple paths by packets.

With offices spread all over separate locations, multi-office businesses commonly choose MPLS network to connect all locations. Therefore, their staffs can work, communicate, and share information easily, instantaneously, and effectively.

Challenges:

>  MPLS is not addressing performance challenges for cloud applications.
>  Single point of failure
>  MPLS cost is high
>  Limited bandwidth
>  Long lead time
>  Available in selected areas only

Solution: WAN Virtualization

WAN Virtualization combines multiple WAN connections of any type, to create a single virtual pipe. This combines MPLS WAN and low-cost Internet broadband bandwidth (e.g. cable, DSL, LTE), to augment or replace individual private WAN connections. 

Benefits and Business Outcomes:

>  Improved application performance by steering traffic across the best route in a hybrid WAN network
>  Increased speed as full amount of bandwidth is available when needed
>  No single point of failure as all aggregated links are set active
>  Reduced total WAN costs by leveraging broadband WAN services
>  Simplified branch deployment with all-in-one feature
>  Flexibility to add WAN links of any type (4G, DSL, etc)