Compare AVANU WebMux vs. HAProxy

AVANU WebMux is ranked 22nd in Application Delivery Controllers while HAProxy is ranked 5th in Application Delivery Controllers with 2 reviews. AVANU WebMux is rated 0, while HAProxy is rated 9.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of HAProxy writes "A containerized solution for TCP load balancing". AVANU WebMux is most compared with , whereas HAProxy is most compared with F5 BIG-IP, NGINX Plus, Microsoft Azure Application Gateway, Citrix ADC and Kemp LoadMaster.
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16,992
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2
Average Words per Review
279
Avg. Rating
9.5
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Also Known As
WebMuxHAProxy Community Edition, HAProxy Enterprise Edition, HAPEE
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Overview
AVANU's WebMux Network Traffic Manager, enterprise-class application delivery network load balancing solution, that offers WebMux options available in plug-and-run hardware appliances and Virtual appliances for Cloud computing. WebMux is built on the 64-bit processor platform with intensive algorithms to provide high capacity, reliability, and availability, it has a has a full range of load balancing scheduling methods, operations modes, and security features on all hardware appliance models and software editions for Virtual Cloud environments and has multiple configuration methods

HAProxy is the most widely used software load balancer and application delivery controller in the world. The core HAProxy application delivery engine is an open source project chiefly maintained by HAProxy Technologies and assisted by a thriving open source community. HAProxy Community Edition is available for free at haproxy.org. HAProxy Enterprise Edition is packaged with additional enterprise class features, services and premium support from HAProxy Technologies.

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Sample Customers
Telkom, Swisscom, Datapipe, Hargray, McInnes Cooper, Lagniappe, Shamrock Foods, MobiCom, Dell, SiemensBooking.com, GitHub, Reddit, StackOverflow, Tumblr, Vimeo, Yelp
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REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm33%
Marketing Services Firm22%
Retailer22%
Media Company11%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company34%
Comms Service Provider13%
Healthcare Company10%
Media Company8%
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REVIEWERS
Small Business20%
Midsize Enterprise55%
Large Enterprise25%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business24%
Midsize Enterprise2%
Large Enterprise73%
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