Load Balancing

Customer Spotlight for VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi) at VMware Explore 2022

VMware Explore is around the corner and we could not be more excited to share with you some compelling presentations showcasing the progress our teams have made and how customers are leveraging the powerful features of the Avi solution. Avi continues to provide industry leading solutions for application delivery and security in the next generation multi-cloud and microservices architectures.

We encourage you to reserve your time during the event to learn how you can benefit from Avi’s capabilities in your IT environment. Here are some of our most anticipated Customer-led sessions.


As Applications continue to rapidly drive digital business, IT teams are under constant pressure to meet aggressive time-to-market deadlines while supporting increasing number of applications. They also need to consider ever changing application architectures, from monolithic applications to distributed microservices. While this may seem like a tall order, the biggest challenge however is in deploying and maintaining these applications across a multi-cloud environment while keeping cost low.

Infosys, an Indian multinational information technology company that provides business consulting, information technology and outsourcing services experienced this challenge firsthand. After careful consideration and evaluation process, they chose NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi) for supporting their applications running on-premises, and in Azure.

To learn more about Infosys’s multi-cloud use cases and how they achieve end-to-end observability with Avi, please consider joining this session:

SECB2276US: Infosys Multi-Cloud Journey – On-Premises to Azure with Advanced Load Balancing

Vadiraj Adiga, AVP Head-Enterprise Platform, Infosys
 Vadiraj heads the Hybrid Multi-Cloud platform for hosting Enterprise Applications and is responsible for Technology Strategy, Architecture, Security, Project Delivery, and Operations.  

An additional interesting fact about deploying applications on multiple clouds is that 94% of enterprises have or will deploy multi-cloud workloads across on-prem data centers and clouds by 2023. For Edward Jones, multi-cloud is not a vision. It is a reality they strive to take advantage of. To provide consistent app delivery for superior customer experience, Edward Jones was particularly interested in VMware’s Advanced Load Balancing solution which has a Cloud connector design model that sets the foundation for being the Switzerland of Load Balancers. It is the secret sauce for orchestration and automation from a single fabric which is multi-cloud and multi-AZ aware. To learn more about Edward Jones’s journey of migrating from F5, best practices and real lessons learnt as well as designs and reference architecture for on-prem and public cloud deployments including AWS, Azure, GCP, VMC and more, please plan on Joining this session:

NETB2189US: Edward Jones’ Real-World Considerations in Multi-Cloud Deployment

Damon Schott, Technical Architect, Edward Jones
Damon has been with Edward Jones for 14 years and has 20 years of experience in the area of Enterprise Network Infrastructure (Physical/Virtual), and Load Balancing.
Jason Williams, Technical Consultant, Edward Jones
Jason supports the Cloud Security team and collaborates with architects and helps application owners meet security requirements when migrating to the cloud.

As a complete Multi-cloud Application delivery platform, Avi delivers multi-cloud application services including Intelligent Web Application Firewall (WAF) and Container Ingress in addition to a Software Load Balancer. Avi’s WAF delivers simplified and highly scalable application security, with visibility and security insights that helps customize a comprehensive application security policy per application or tenant.


In recent times, more than 90% of attacks such as Log4j involve web applications critical to business. As discussed earlier, with applications getting deployed in multi-cloud environments and in container clusters, the attack surface has increased drastically. Edward Jones was keen on securing their applications before attacks reached inside the data centers or Kubernetes clusters. It was key to building their first line of defense. Join this session given below to learn about analytics-driven application security that includes web application firewall (WAF), bot management, container ingress, DDoS, IP reputation, auth, live security threat intelligence, and more.

SECB2152US: First Line of Defense: Secure Ingress Before Attacks Reach Your Apps

Mike Jackson, Technical Consultant, Edward Jones
Mike Jackson has been on the Edward Jones’ Perimeter Security team for 20+ years. He’s been designing and deploying cloud instances of the NSX Advanced Load Balancer with a focus on automation.

VMware Explore is an unprecedented opportunity to dive deep and explore the multi-cloud universe along with your peers, experts, and VMware leaders. Register here to witness innovation at its best in San Francisco’s premier convention venue, the Moscone Center, between August 29th – September 1st. We look forward to welcoming you at VMware Explore, the center of the multi-cloud universe!

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