An essential component of any cloud solution.
Your Private Circuit
With GMX VPC Network you can create isolated, point to point, VPN networks to your office and other sites or other clouds. Apply network policies, IP addresses, load balancing, apply restrictions and many more.
GMX SDN provides a wide selection of competing architectures and centralizes control of the network by separating the control logic to off-device computer resources.
GMX Load Balance
Efficiently distributing incoming network traffic. With load balancing, we aim to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload of any single resource.
Let's find out together what capabilities are really important for your network and what should be your most basic considerations for the infrastructure.
Your Private Circuit
What is a Virtual Private Cloud?
A virtual private cloud (VPC) is a private cloud located inside a public cloud that enables you to experience the benefits of a virtualized network while using public cloud resources.
GMX Virtual Private Cloud (GMX VPC) enables you to launch GMX resources into a virtual network that you've defined. This virtual network closely resembles a traditional network that you'd operate in your own data center, with the benefits of using our scalable infrastructure.
Goal of Software-Defined Networking (SDN)
SDN encompasses multiple kinds of network technologies designed to make the network more flexible and agile to support the virtualized server and storage infrastructure of the modern data center.
Why Software-Defined Networking Now?
Compute and storage have benefited from incredible innovations in virtualization and automation, but those benefits are constrained by limitations in the network. Administrators may spin up new
Software-defined networking has the potential to revolutionize legacy data centers by providing a flexible way to control the network so it can function more like the virtualized versions of
of GMX SDN
It is directly programmable because the control functions are decoupled from forwarding functions, which enables the network to be programmatically configured by proprietary or open source automation tools.
Network intelligence is logically centralized in an SDN controller software that maintains a global view of the network, which appears to applications and SDN network policy engines as a single, logical switch.
Agility and Flexibility
GMX SDN helps organizations rapidly deploy new applications, services, and infrastructure to quickly meet changing business goals and objectives.
It also enables organizations to create new types of applications, services, and business models that can offer new revenue streams and more value from the network.
Visibility and Granularity
SDN offers the potential for greater visibility and granularity by separating the control plane from the data plane.
Avoiding standards lock-ins
SDN is an intelligent and automated technology that decouples and unifies the control plane to provide holistic value across the data center.
GMX Load Balance
What is load balancing?
A load balancer is a device that distributes network or application traffic across a cluster of servers. Load balancing improves responsiveness and increases the availability of applications.
A load balancer sits between the client and the server farm accepting incoming network and application traffic and distributing the traffic across multiple backend servers using various methods. By balancing application requests across multiple servers, a load balancer reduces individual server load and prevents any "one-application" server from becoming a single point of failure, thus improving overall application availability and responsiveness.
How can GMX help?
You can count on GMX if you want quick, reliable, and secure load balancing.
As a software-based load balancer, GMX is much less expensive than hardware-based solutions with similar capabilities. Our comprehensive load balancing capabilities enable you to build a highly optimized application delivery network.
GMX VPN & Advanced Routing
Protects your Privacy
What is a VPN and Do You Need One?
A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a secure tunnel between two or more devices.
VPNs are used to protect private web traffic from snooping, interference, and censorship.
VPNs use a security protocol
that protects any information that passes through the server.
This feature guards your data by encrypting it. So, even if a hacker or someone else gets a hold of your data, they won’t be able to decipher it.
A lot of times you’ll hear certain VPNs boοsting their number of servers. This is because it is typically better to have a wide array of servers and locations.