Selects Array APV5600 ADCs with High Performance SSL to Scale Association Membership Service Offerings

by | Nov 5, 2013 | IT

Array application delivery controllers meet the SaaS provider’s need for SSL acceleration, low latency, ease of use and price performance in growing cloud-based membership services

Array Networks logoMILPITAS, CA November 5, 2013 Array Networks Inc., a global leader in application delivery networking, today announced that has deployed APV 5600 application delivery controllers to manage increased website traffic and to scale its growing business. The APV5600s are fully installed in the network, and, in the coming months, will support 100 percent of overall traffic, including over 3,000 customers and over 20 million end-user members. The APV5600 appliances support high-performance load balancing, advanced traffic management, application acceleration, web application security and N+1 clustering to handle’s rapid growth in web application traffic and more demanding workloads. is the leading provider of SaaS-based membership management software, job board and career center services, and buyer’s guides.’s solution provides member-based organizations the tools they need to effectively brand their organization, engage their membership and streamline their administrative processes. APV5600 appliances maintain’s low latency requirements at the lowest cost per SSL-transactions-per-second (TPS) on the market.  Being a full proxy that supports multiplexing, the APV5600 not only offloads servers, it also ensures that only explicitly permitted traffic gets through to applications.

“The performance of the APV5600s is phenomenal.” says Hutch Craig, CTO of  “We have been longtime Array customer. When it was time to purchase higher-performance ADCs, we considered several ADC vendors, including Array.  We found the new-generation Array APV5600 was just as simple and reliable as the older-generation appliance, but featured additional power and performance. The competing ADCs, in comparison, were overly-complex and failed to meet our demanding SSL requirement.  Array Networks exceeded our performance requirements and delivered at a much more competitive price.”

“Array is excited to continue our existing relationship with,” notes Paul Andersen, director of marketing at Array Networks. “This loyalty to Array’s ADC product line, due to its strength and ease of use, is common among APV Series customers. is yet another example of Array’s core competency in providing application delivery solutions that meet the needs of software as a service and infrastructure as a service cloud providers. We look forward to working closely with Hutch and his team to further refine our ADCs in support of cloud service offerings.”

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