Cloud-based application delivery controller (ADC) company, formerly Lagrange, Webscale Networks has upgraded its flagship CloudMaestro ADC with the ability to force all user communication with a web domain through HTTPS. The incorporation of this form of ‘forced’ SSL in addition to the existing native SSL encryption and HTTPS follows the company’s October release of new additions and improvements to CloudMaestro.
The new CloudMaestro builds on the Google policy by allowing WebScale customers to not only increase business visibility by improving their website page rankings, but also to maintain a secure and high performing web presence.
With CloudMaestro, says Webscale, customers can leverage proactive and cloud-agnostic infrastructure that scales server instances ahead of demand, from website visitor traffic using big data and analytics.†For many companies, not just ecommerce, poor website performance and downtime directly translate to customer dissatisfaction and defection. Webscale aims to empower companies to improve web application performance by ensuring consistency in page load and transaction times.
“Ensuring that visitors experience no delays in application availability or any performance impact due to marketing success with variations in traffic is no longer limited to the one percent with expertise and budget,” says Sonal Puri, CEO of Webscale Networks. “Webscale is committed to delivering every user an awesome online experience and every ecommerce vendor the right-sized infrastructure for all seasons.”
The CloudMaestro service is available now from Webscale Networks. To learn more, visit www.webscalenetworks.com.