Application Delivery Network (ADN) is a set of technologies developed to provide application security, availability, acceleration, and visibility. ADN guarantees protection and efficient distribution of business basic applications over an enterprise network. ADN improves transfer of applications across the internet by using number of optimization techniques. ADN helps in payload fall by utilizing optimized connection for faster speed and less bandwidth usage.
Increasing demand for big data, cloud computing, and virtualization which increases requirement for efficient and reliable web solutions is a key factor driving growth of the global application delivery network market. Also, increasing adoption of application delivery network by enterprises to improve business flexibility is another factor expected to propel growth of the global application delivery network market during the forecast period.
Application delivery network helps secure against malware, data leaks, & performance degradation and is able to access applications, & data anytime and anywhere, which is further expected to boost demand of the global application delivery market over the forecast period. However, increasing internet data traffic and complexity in delivering application due to presence of large number of users are key factors restraining growth of the global application delivery network market. In addition, high deployment and maintenance cost is another factor expected to hamper growth of the global application delivery network market over the forecast period.
Continuously changing web traffic pattern in video, voice, ERP, and unstructured data is expected to generate potential opportunities for key players to provide quality services to their customers by installing more number of application data network (ADN).
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