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"The interface and software features are the most valuable aspects of this solution.""Its visibility and login mechanism are the best parts. In addition to the great visibility it has a great dashboard and an easy to configure graphic user interface, a beautiful GUI."

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"The most valuable aspect of this solution is that it is simple to deploy. The deployment took us ten minutes."

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"In terms of improvement, the pricing and documentation need improvement. We have had problems getting the documents.""I did not go with it because their APM module is a different product altogether. It's a common thing that companies do. They sell something and then they add on top of it as a different product. It is a type of marketing strategy. But when it comes to the overall management, it takes a lot of time to really look into it."

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"In terms of what needs improvement, the price could be lowered. We've tried to deploy more of them but our purchasing department has said that they're way too expensive and they would prefer to use something else."

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"With Avi Networks, you can buy a 10-Gig license and, if your primary data center goes down, in the flick of a switch you can move that license to your backup data center and it will generate the traffic... there are a lot of cost-effective measures."

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Top Answer: Its visibility and login mechanism are the best parts. In addition to the great visibility it has a great dashboard and an easy to configure graphic user interface, a beautiful GUI.
Top Answer: I'm still going to have a meeting with Avi Networks, due to the cost factor. I also want to test their add-on product and see how easily we can actually integrate it and see if it is worth it, because… more »
Top Answer: I really liked Avi Networks, but we are looking for more secure stuff. After downloading the report from IT Central Station, I spoke to the account manager of Avi Networks in the Middle East, and he… more »
Top Answer: The most valuable aspect of this solution is that it is simple to deploy. The deployment took us ten minutes.
Top Answer: In terms of what needs improvement, the price could be lowered. We've tried to deploy more of them but our purchasing department has said that they're way too expensive and they would prefer to use… more »
Top Answer: It's a load balancer for our front end application. We use the on-prem deployment model.
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Overview

The Avi Vantage Platform is purpose-built for the cloud and mobile era using a unique analytics-driven, 100% software approach. Avi Vantage is the first platform to leverage the power of software-defined principles to achieve unprecedented agility, insights, and efficiency in application delivery.

Pulse Secure Virtual Traffic Manager is a software-based application delivery controller (ADC) designed to deliver faster, high performance user experience, with more reliable access to public websites and enterprise applications, whether they run in a public cloud, private cloud or virtualized environment, while maximizing the efficiency and capacity of web and application servers.

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Palo Alto Networks, DGDean, SwisslosAlertBoot, Pernod Ricard, MyBuys, Fusebill, Triboo, Barbri, Cosentry, Gilt Groupe, Maisons du Monde, SUNY – Upstate University Health System, US Markerboard, Colorcon, Juniper Networks
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Avi Networks Software Load Balancer is ranked 10th in Application Delivery Controllers with 2 reviews while Pulse Virtual Traffic Manager is ranked 11th in Application Delivery Controllers with 1 review. Avi Networks Software Load Balancer is rated 7.6, while Pulse Virtual Traffic Manager is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Avi Networks Software Load Balancer writes "Great dashboard and GUI, but APM is a separate product". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Pulse Virtual Traffic Manager writes "Good feature set and is simple to deploy ". Avi Networks Software Load Balancer is most compared with F5 BIG-IP, Citrix ADC, NGINX Plus, HAProxy and A10 Networks Thunder ADC, whereas Pulse Virtual Traffic Manager is most compared with HAProxy , NGINX Plus, Citrix ADC, Kemp LoadMaster and F5 BIG-IP.

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