Instart Logic, the Palo Alto-based provider of application delivery solutions, has announced the debut of its endpoint-aware application delivery solution, which is currently available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace for the convenience of Oracle customers. Its platform combines machine learning, virtualization, and open APIs with its CDN for fast and secure application delivery solutions. Its investors include Andreessen Horowitz and Greylock Partners, to name a few.
The solution combines Instart’s application performance services with the browser via machine learning and its comprehensive content delivery network in order to seamlessly enhance performance/speed and security.
Instart boasts that AppSpeed accelerates web and mobile application delivery by 20% or more compared with any other application delivery provider. AppShield, on the other hand, provides DDoS mitigation services among other protective services. Finally, AppFlex creates an intuitive interface that allows customers to control, manage, and analyze applications.
Instart has partnered with Oracle Cloud Marketplace, a one-stop shop for Oracle clients in need of business applications, tailored business solutions providers, and Oracle Cloud Application extensions. The Marketplace also offers an intuitive user interface for Oracle Cloud clientele, allowing them to browse solutions, view user ratings and reviews. It also features new automated application installation, allowing for ease of deployment. Oracle Cloud provides cloud services to enterprise clients ranging from software as a service, to platform as a service, infrastructure as a service, and data as a service.
“Enterprises seek scalable, flexible and reliable solutions that help them build complex, connected applications without degrading user experience. Oracle Cloud Platform with Instart Logic’s AppSpeed, AppShield, AppFlex and CDN will provide customers the ability to easily build and deploy next-gen cloud applications,” said Samrah Khan, Vice President of Business Development, Instart Logic.
Oracle also touted the complementary nature of the two platforms in providing a range of application delivery solutions. “Businesses are constantly trying to improve the speed of application delivery,” said Sanjay Sinha, vice president, Platform Products at Oracle. “With Instart Logic, customers running applications on the Oracle Cloud Platform are able to leverage a full set of complementary capabilities for managed DNS, global content delivery, and automatic traffic routing.”