Everymatrix Boosts Performance In Deal With F5 Networks

EVERYMATRIX BOOSTS PERFORMANCE IN DEAL WITH F5 NETWORKS

08th October, 2015 at 16:24:10
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

White label provider consolidates infrastructure with F5 Networks technology.

White label gaming solutions and platform provider EveryMatrix is consolidating its infrastructure by deploying F5 Networks technology in order to handle a growing number of clients, the company revealed in a statement Wednesday.

F5 Networks' advanced solutions can manage a large number of multiple connections, while maintaining high security over the network resources upon which EveryMatrix's software products rely.

F5 Networks claims its data traffic management solutions help software providers maintain scalable and fast network performance - perfect for high traffic websites and providers of resource-intensive content such as EveryMatrix.

The news will be welcome to many players who have often been vocal on casino forums regarding the slowness of the current EveryMatrix solution. Popular online casino Guts recently alluded to the speed of games when it moved away from the EveryMatrix platform to a self-hosted solution.

Cross Reference: Please refer to AZOC's list of online casinos for more information on specific operators already using the EveryMatrix casino platform (Microgaming, Net Ent, IGT, WMS).

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