How ADCs Can Become AI-Powered Threat Intelligence Platforms

Oct 29, 2020 4:00:00 PM

Despite being a critical component of modern application delivery and security, threat intelligence platforms have traditionally not been tightly integrated with application delivery controllers. This is likely to change as ADCs become uniquely suited to providing the shared intelligence to power threat intelligence.

Until recently, ADCs have been primarily deployed as large appliances or cloud instances with one or two deployed per organization, even for large organizations with diverse and geographically dispersed compute footprints. In addition, these traditional ADCs are monolithic sofware systems that cannot take advantage of the intelligence and automation that Kubernetes and containers bring to newer cloud native applications.

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How ADCs Can Become AI-Powered Threat Intelligence Platforms


A new class of lightweight, globally distributed ADC networks that can support hundreds or thousands of ADC nodes presents an economical and agile path to building a massively networked cloud native threat intelligence platform – powered by shared intelligence across thousands of ADC nodes deployed by multiple organizations.

How ADCs Can Become AI-Powered Threat Intelligence Platforms