A10 Networks showcases on-demand Provisioning of L4-7 Services with aCloud Services Architecture at Open Stack Summit

13th May 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

A10 Networks (NYSE: ATEN), a leading player in application networking space, today announced it’s participation in the OpenStack Summit 2014. A10 Networks is exhibiting and speaking at the OpenStack Summit, May 12 – 16, 2014, Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.



A10 Networks is demonstrating on-demand provisioning of L4-L7 services in an OpenStack cloud environment. This showcases how A10′s aCloud Services Architecture, integrated with OpenStack, allows customers to dynamically scale up and down L4-L7 services in public or private clouds, increasing business agility and lowering OPEX. In addition, Harshal Pimpalkhute, Product Marketing Manager at A10 Networks, will present “Dynamic L4-7 Services for OpenStack Cloud Data Center.”



Exhibit : Monday, May 12 – Wednesday, May 14

“Dynamic L4-7 Services for OpenStack Cloud Data Center”

Presentation : Wednesday, May 14, 3:00 p.m.



Exhibit : A10 Booth #E21

“Dynamic L4-7 Services for OpenStack Cloud Data Center”

Presentation : Demo Theater

The OpenStack Summit

Georgia World Congress Center

Atlanta, Georgia

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