Application Delivery Simplified
HAProxy One simplifies the complexity of modern application architectures by combining load balancing, application and content acceleration, DDoS protection, and WAF into an end-to-end application delivery platform.
HAProxy One is a suite of products that act at the various levels of your infrastructure, all centered around the core technology of HAProxy.
In addition, it provides a unified management interface through the HAProxy Fusion Control Plane.
The HAProxy Fusion Control Plane provides a single pane of glass to control and observe the entire product line-up. It will feature a modern UI and offer a REST-based API.
Where to deploy: controlling many instances of HAProxy, locally or in the cloud.
A globally distributed application delivery network, or ADN, that provides a wide range of turnkey application delivery services at massive scale and with first-class observability. These services include advanced security, application and content acceleration, and load balancing.
Where to deploy: global load balancing of servers and data centers, with turnkey security, monitoring, and acceleration.
A plug-and-play hardware or virtual appliance based on HAProxy Enterprise that provides L4 and L7 load balancing, a simple graphical interface, and protocol-level attack protection at line rate with its patented PacketShield technology. It is designed for easy integration into any environment, since it runs on most virtualization platforms. The appliance and premade virtual image is tuned for performance.
HAProxy Enterprise is an enterprise-class version of HAProxy providing a robust and reliable code base with cutting edge features, an enterprise suite of add-ons, expert support, and professional services.
- Authoritative Expert Support
- High Performance Modules
- Web Application Firewall
- Advanced DDoS and Bot Protection
- Real Time Dashboard
- Cluster-Wide Tracking and Rate Limiting
- Device Detection and Geolocation
Where to deploy: external load balancing in front of critical applications, on-prem or in the cloud.
The most efficient way to route traffic into a Kubernetes cluster. It automatically detects changes within your Kubernetes infrastructure and ensures accurate distribution of traffic to healthy pods, with zero downtime due to pod health or scaling changes. It also comes with an integrated WAF to increase the security of your applications running within Kubernetes.
Two days of hands-on tech talks, a sold out venue and an amazing crowd – the inaugural HAProxyConf in a nutshell! If you did not have the chance to be there, here is a short glimpse into how it all looked like. Within the following weeks we will be releasing videos of the talks on our YouTube channel. Also, we are happy to announce that the next edition of HAProxyConf is already in the making and that more information on the dates and location will be published soon.
HAProxy Powers the Uptime of the Cloud Era
ON DEMAND WEBINARS
Following the road paved by past releases, HAProxy 2.0 brings a powerful set of new core features as well as completely new functionality further improving its support for modern architectures. In a series of three webinars we’ll cover:
- Exploring HAProxy 2.0 – Take a Tour through the New Features
- HAProxy Kubernetes Ingress Controller for High-Performance Ingress
- HAProxy Data Plane API: True Dynamic Configuration Management
HAProxy gives you the building blocks to create a strong, layered defense against DDoS, malicious bot traffic, vulnerability scanners and more. Using its flexible configuration language, you’ll learn to:
- Protect your services from application-layer DDoS attacks
- Identify and stop malicious bots
- Harness the power of the HAProxy Enterprise WAF to counter sophisticated, Layer 7 attacks like SQL injection and cross-site scripting
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