A10 Networks is more of a cloud and service-related company than a regular hosting company from what I see they are focused more on mid to large size businesses over the small business or personal websites, they boast companies like box, Comcast, GE Healthcare, Deutsche Telekom, Samsung, Linkedin, Yahoo, Alibaba, KDDI, Godaddy, Huffpost, Windows Azure, and many more Fortune 500 companies rely on A10 Networks to protect their businesses, which although they offer cloud services I believe their main focus is keeping business safe in the Cloud and 5G environments. They are a San Jose, California company, and here are some stats about the company, and other information that we pulled off their website for you.
A10 Networks Review
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- 6,700+ customers
- 300+ patents
- Operating in 118 countries
- 10 of the top-10 telecom operators
- 2 of the top-3 Cloud providers
- 5 of the top-10 media companies
- 8 of the top-12 gaming companies
A10 Networks helps our customers by:
- Providing always available application delivery and security – on-premises and in the cloud
- Supporting seamless migration to the cloud and cloud-native with hybrid solutions
- Protecting networks from cyber security attacks that threaten network availability
- Simplifying IT operations with connected intelligence, automation, machine learning and DevOps/SecOps tools
- Securing multi-generational networks throughout the transition to 5G and cloud-native architectures
- Investment protection for enterprises and service providers throughout their business transformations
All at Hyperscale
Public Cloud and Private Cloud Application Traffic Management for security, performance and availability
With the rise of mobility and globalization, application service infrastructures no longer reside in data centers alone. Modern apps are increasingly housed in public, private, and hybrid clouds, forcing application traffic management to evolve. Traffic management is now required to perform a growing number of demanding tasks to ensure fast response and scalable content availability with unrelenting application security.
Operational Inefficiencies Impact Customers and Services
Deploying and managing advanced load balancing solutions across multiple data centers and multi-cloud environments can be challenging. Lack of centralized management and unified policy control can stretch IT teams to the limit with an overwhelming amount of manual tasks, limited visibility, and security challenges.
Lack of Visibility
Visibility is more crucial now than ever before with application deployment across multiple environments. Enterprise applications require constant monitoring and deep visibility to provide faster troubleshooting. Monitoring application performance, security, and user experience are impossible without complete insight into your application.
Applications are no longer bound to a single data center and may have conflicting policies across different locations. Without a singular view, it is impossible to streamline management tasks and manage complex, consistent security policies across multi-cloud and hybrid environments.
Manual systems require your teams to spend extraordinary effort on maintenance rather than applying resources to strategic programs. With applications located across multiple environments, an enormous amount of manual tasks are required to manage and provide services to consolidate core business capabilities
Load Balancing Solution
Service Downtime is Costly
With the rise in user mobility and demand, application service infrastructures no longer reside in data centers alone. Modern apps are increasingly housed in public clouds, private clouds, and hybrid clouds, forcing application traffic management to evolve for a better user experience.
Slow Apps & Downtime
Today’s application traffic is mostly encrypted with SSL/TLS and growing rapidly. Demand continues to grow and users expect a fast application response at all times. Organizations are required to build reliable and scalable application services to sustain user traffic even during service maintenance. Traffic management is critical in avoiding costly downtime for business applications.
Regardless of location, either on-premises or in the cloud, your applications are at high risk of being compromised. There are numerous types of application fraud, exploits, and attacks for many different purposes, and protection strategies can vary. Organizations must have a comprehensive application protection solution to defeat emerging attack types in any environment.
Many businesses are steadily adopting cloud services and architectures, running their applications across multiple public, private and hybrid clouds. The common issues of such operations are not only deployment complexity, due to incompatibility of the underlying infrastructure, but also the lack of a single pane of glass for traffic management and policy control.
Global Server Load Balancing
Grow Beyond Infrastructure Limitations
A global server load balancer should expand server load balancing functionality across global data centers for high availability, fault tolerance, and the best user experience. You can provide a better experience to your customers through global network intelligence to select the best site for each user request while safeguarding your network for disaster recovery.
Ensure your business stays online
- Provide high availability and business continuity for services or resources 24/7
- Deliver content from servers that are closest to the user or have lower utilization to minimize latency
- Intelligently monitor the site’s health, proximity and response time for advanced
DDoS Threat Intelligence
Proactive approach with research, leveraging reputation data from over three dozen security intelligence sources to instantly assess and block traffic from millions of known DDoS weapons.
Globally Distributed Weapons
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are growing in frequency, intensity, and sophistication, but their delivery methods are unchanged. Infected internet bots and vulnerable servers continue to create attacks of crushing scale against unprepared targets. These bots and servers are the weapons used repeatedly in multiple DDoS attacks. Global distribution of these internet zombies and exposed servers, easily exploitable as reflected amplifiers, sit idle, waiting to be called into action.
What is DDoS Threat Intelligence?
Security researchers accumulate threat intelligence from tens of millions of internet compute hosts that are vulnerable and exploited as DDoS attack weapons. DDoS threat intelligence is the information gleaned from the repeated use of attacking agents combined with the knowledge of vulnerable IP addresses and hosts. This information provides security researchers the ability to proactively improve DDoS defenses. Visit The DDoS Weapons Map
Improve Response Times
Respond faster to known DDoS weapons including vulnerable amplification reflectors and internet bots.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS)
Distributed Denial of Service Attacks has emerged as one of the most effective, yet least understood Cybersecurity threats today. The lack of open dialog deepens the confusion and helps the attacks to succeed.
This book reveals the hard-earned lessons drawn from the authors’ years of engagements in DDoS detection and mitigation – from hyper-scale cloud providers to boutique shops. Protect your clouds NOW.
The Majority of what is written in this post is basically just pulled from their site more or less for you to have an idea of what they do although they technically are a cloud/5g service provider they are more focused on security and traffic management.
DDoS Detection & Mitigation
CGNAT & IPv6
Service Analytics & Management
DDoS Threat Intelligence
Cloud Access Proxy
Global Server Load Balancing
ACOS: Advanced Core Operating System
FlexPool: Capacity Pooling
5G Security & Scale
Mobile Roaming Security
Mobile Carrier Security
IPv4 Preservation & IPv6 Migration
Cloud App Security
Instantly block attackers with a proactive approach to DDoS defenses that applies current and up-to-date threat intelligence.
Make it Actionable
Thunder TPS Class-list scale up to 96M entries to make voluminous real-time weapons intelligence feeds actionable through surgical black and whitelisting.
Some other Stats provided by SemRush that might interest you about A10 Networks they have 53K backlinks from 4.4K different referring domains, They have an Authority Score of 57 which is quite high for a host, 25% of their organic search traffic comes from The United States while 24% comes from India 5.9% from the Philippines, 3.9% From Canada and 41% from other countries. The majority of their search engine traffic comes from the word A10 Networks.
Other keywords used to get to A10 Networks are listed below.
- A 10 Networks
- Twitch Hacked
- TLS 1.3
- Load Balancer
Some details about the speed of the host, now these may not be the same speeds you’ll get since first it will depend on the services you buy, your website design, size of images/videos, etc.. also the host may or may not be using a faster server to host their hosting sales page at any rate here is the speed information tested on there front page.
GTmetrix – gives them a B grade with 88% Performance and 68% Structure tested from Vancouver, Canada.
Pingdom – gives A10 Networks a D grade of 68 tested from London, United Kingdom.
Page Speed Insights – gives their Cell phone page speed a 29 so an F here and a 61 for Desktops.
Dotcom Tools gives the following –
|Location||Performance||Full Page Load||DOM Complete||Page Size|
|Tel-Aviv||Slow||15.96 s||13.81 s||3.3 MB|
|Amsterdam||Slow||3.88 s||2.42 s||3.3 MB|
|Montreal||Slow||3.25 s||2.65 s||3.3 MB|
|Hong Kong||Slow||10.98 s||8.58 s||3.3 MB|
|Miami||Slow||4.22 s||3.64 s||3.3 MB|
|7.66 s||6.22 s|
Site Checker – gives them 14 out of a100 with a load time of 22.68 seconds tested from Phoenix, Arizona.
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