A10 Networks Thunder CGN Pricing and License Cost

Bruce Boardman
Network Engineer at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
The cost to buy it initially was a single purchase price. This was a cost for the hardware and software, but we got a year of service with it. Annually, we pay them a service fee, but it's not much money. We do not use the FlexPool consumption-based licensing model. I just learned of it. While we're interested in it, we're not doing it currently. They had called me a week to two ago about their licensing model. It has the ability to spin up VMs as needed for NAT, as well as their ADC, which is their load balancing stuff. We are considering that, as that is a pretty attractive feature. View full review »
Head of Global Network Infrastructure at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Costs in addition to the standard fees are the maintenance and support, yearly which is not atypical. View full review »