Convergence of Services for Cloud Application Delivery Will Become Mainstream in 2017, as IT Focuses on User Satisfaction and Budget Alignment
Startup Webscale Networks has built a set of application delivery services for applications that run in public clouds.
Of the many challenges involved in operating a large-scale web service, dealing with sudden traffic surges is among the most difficult.
Webscale, a multi-cloud application delivery company today announced it has raised $12 million in a Series A1 funding round, bringing the company’s total funding to $20 million.
Webscale Networks raised $12 million through a Series A1 round of funding for its multi-cloud, software-defined application delivery controller (ADC).
Silicon Valley-based Webscale Networks, a provider of multi-cloud web application delivery, has secured $12 million in funding.
Webscale Networks, a Mountain View, CA-based multi-cloud web application delivery and control, raised $12m in a Series A1 round of funding.
Webscale Networks, the provider in multi-cloud web application delivery and control, today announced that it has raised $12 million through a Series A1 round of funding, bringing the company’s total financing raised to $20 million.
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We recently visited with Andrew Humber, Head of Marketing at Webscale, to learn about recent updates to the company’s application delivery platform.
Magento customers signing up for a Webscale Pro contract prior to April 30 will be eligible for free migration services.
Running an application or server in the cloud has many advantages, but it doesn’t guarantee scalability. It can be hard to predict demand, leading to infrastructure having to play catch up at peak periods.
Getting enterprise applications out the door faster and into production is becoming a key task for harried DevOps teams.
Webscale Networks launched a product designed to help businesses migrate to the cloud.
The integrated application delivery platform provides predictive auto-scaling, multi-cloud, and performance boosting capabilities.
Webscale Networks (formerly Lagrange Systems) launched a new product portfolio, along with a limited-time offer to migrate select customers to the cloud for free.
If a website can’t quickly add resources when customer usage is high, it can mean lost sales. An unresponsive site or a stalled checkout can cause a person to walk away.
Everyone has already heard how important the cloud is to the future of business, but that doesn’t just apply to the Fortune 500s.
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As IT operations teams begin to exercise more control over public cloud services, the technologies that provide a foundation for establishing a distributed control plane are starting to gain traction.
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Application Delivery Control and management solutions provider Lagrange Systems is now a Google Cloud Platform Technology Partner, allowing the company to provide integration for its flagship CloudMaestro solution within the Google Cloud.
Webscale, a start-up offering an Application Delivery Controller (ADC), announced that it is now a Google Cloud Platform Technology Partner.
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Microsoft, Lagrange Systems, and Clustrix have configured a solution that ensures merchants using the Magento eCommerce platform can have the absolute highest performing websites available, at an affordable price.
Bad Kitty, the premier designer, manufacturer and retailer of cutting edge, and fashion-forward designs, had been experiencing exponential growth as a company and their previous eCommerce site was not able to cope with the influx of traffic.
What happens when we combine the power of the optimizing ADCs with the world’s public clouds?
A clear gap is emerging between ecommerce behemoths such as Amazon and eBay and the small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) competing with them. However, new technology services can help SMBs in the ecommerce space identify and measure key business metrics and even begin to gain parity in many important areas.
Despite Cyber Monday still being months away, eCommerce sites should start preparations now to ensure their website visitors don’t get frustrated due to slow wait times or an unavailable site.
It’s no secret that holiday sales account for the vast majority of retailers’ annual revenue. Cyber Monday alone accounted for $2.29 billion in sales last year, and that number is expected to grow annually as more shoppers use their digital devices.
Webscale's SaaS offering is designed to eliminate most of the pain points associated with keeping web applications alive and well, allowing businesses to better service customers while potentially reducing operating costs and preventing application failures.
Webscale is in the business of cloud-based APM solutions that eschew the pedestrian onsite hardware model.