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Zeus Extensible Traffic Manager

Zeus Extensible Traffic Manager (ZXTM) is a high-availability, application-centric traffic management and load balancing system. It provides unparalleled control, intelligence, security, and resilience for all your application traffic. With its advanced TrafficScript control language, TrafficCluster scalability, deep content inspection, intelligent Web Services routing, and end-to-end traffic security, ZXTM translates business logic into traffic management decisions. It differentiates services, handles application failures to safeguard service availability, automates complex recovery tasks, and provides richer information with finer-grained control.

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Recent releases

  •  03 Dec 2005 21:19

    Release Notes: An XML/SOAP control API was added. Content caching was added. Support for FIPS tamper-proof SSL hardware was added. IP transparency was added.

    •  10 Dec 2004 17:16

      Release Notes: This release adds TrafficScript Enhancements (the ability to inspect, manipulate, and act upon any protocol request and response), GUI Improvements (a more powerful and easier-to-use Web-based interface), Service Level Management (to monitor and manage service responsiveness to users), Stateful Session Persistence (which can be established based on any request parameter), and Bandwidth Management (to control how much bandwidth is available to your applications).

      •  20 Sep 2004 12:39

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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