A10 Networks Thunder ADC Ease of Use

What are your impressions of the solution’s ease of use?

Shiven Singh
Network Manager at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a very easy to use product (as a network engineer). The web GUI makes it very easy to configure. The CLI is not very difficult to use, along with the syntax. The command line is very easy to learn.
The A10 support and training site has a significant wealth of information and documentation about how to configure the most common configurations requested. Therefore, it is very easy to use coming from a network engineer background.
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Amita Mahajan
Network Analyst at Alamo Colleges
It's very easy to use. The commands are easy to use. I have used a couple of other load balancers and I find A10 to be the easiest one. The language and the commands are easier as is the layout. Even the technology behind it all just links together, so it's pretty easy to use. You just follow the steps and you're good.
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IT Specialist at a university with 10,001+ employees
The ease of use is very good.
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Network Engineer IV at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The ADCs are pretty straightforward and easy to use. There is a GUI base where you can go in and see everything, but they also have a CLI base where you can use a command and get the information that you want, very fast. You log into the website with the A10 GUI and you can see all of your functions and your health monitor, which is very important. With the health monitor and you can see the health of the switch and, if something is going on, how it's progressing. Also upgrading the GUI is very easy. It's user-friendly.
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User at a government with 501-1,000 employees
Each release of the code is becoming more polished, not that I find it difficult today. I'm glad to see the features and enhancements we request are making it into every release. It is very simple to use.
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