Application Delivery Controllers (ADC) are networking devices normally deployed in datacenters as part of an application delivery network (AND). Today, due to exponential growth in Internet traffic contributed by cloud-based business applications and services, application delivery controllers are deployed to perform load balancing, DMZ buffering and application flow optimization.

In addition to load balancing, which is widely perceived as the main feature of ADC, there are other common features found in today’s application delivery controllers with various OSI layer 3-7 services including SSL offload, web application firewall, DNS application, proxy configurations and DDoS protections.

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