The world’s largest companies use NetScaler for dynamic scaling of internet traffic to meet unpredictable fluctuations in demand. With efficient clustering across multi-cloud environments, NetScaler can auto-scale your ADCs across on-premises and cloud deployments to achieve the highest throughput available compared to other solutions.
What you can do with NetScaler dynamic scaling
Auto-scale ADCs in cloud environments to meet fluctuating demand
Gain unparalleled scalability via clustering technology
Auto-scale application servers and automatically add and remove resources
Automate CDN scalability to scale content delivery and minimize costs
Cluster 32 NetScaler hardware devices to achieve up to 6.4 Tbps L7 throughput
Cluster virtual devices to achieve up to 3.2 Tbps L7 throughput
Configure auto-scale parameters
How NetScaler dynamic scaling is different
NetScaler adds backend servers to the load balancing pool as soon as they are started so that they can start to process requests with no further intervention.
By adding more NetScaler hardware ADCs to an existing cluster for horizontal scaling, you achieve huge throughput for a single IP and port across multiple hardware appliances simultaneously. Other vendors only offer “pseudo scaling” where they use one IP on one box and a different IP on another.
Auto-scaling and cost transparency in public cloud
With NetScaler, you can prevent a “success disaster” caused by unexpected demand on an application built for tens of requests per day that must suddenly handle millions of requests per hour. NetScaler automatically deploys a fully configured auto-scaling front-end in AWS or Azure in your VPC and provides complete visibility into costs.