Zeus Traffic Manager manages your application traffic, inspecting, transforming and routing requests as it load-balances them across the application infrastructure. The powerful TrafficScript™ engine lets you implement whatever traffic management policies are most appropriate for your enterprise. Where necessary, Java™ Extensions can be used to implement additional, complex traffic transformations and other policies.
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Zeus Traffic Manager can:
In addition, with TrafficScript rules you can specify precisely how you want your network traffic to be handled:
There are four Zeus ServerTemplates, with different levels of features and performance. You can find the ServerTemplates in the MultiCloud Marketplace. (Design -> MultiCloud Marketplace)
All Zeus ServerTemplates use the same basic set of RightScripts. For more information, see Zeus Traffic Manager ServerTemplates.
Reference information about the Zeus ServerTemplate, RightScripts, Statistics and common Runbook Scenarios
Complete guides for administering and configuring Zeus Traffic Manager can be found here:
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