Citrix ADC form factors

Citrix ADC is an application delivery platform with data and insights that empower enterprises to scale and secure their applications for peak performance. The Citrix ADC product line is available in the following form factors:

Citrix ADC MPX

A physical hardware appliance that provides powerful hardware-based application delivery and load balancing with options for high performance web application security and SSL offload support. For Citrix ADC MPX hardware documentation, see Citrix ADC MPX. For Citrix ADC MPX feature documentation, see Citrix ADC.

Citrix ADC SDX

A fully isolated multitenant solution that allows a single administrator to configure and manage the appliance and delegate the administration of each hosted instance to tenants. For Citrix ADC SDX feature documentation, see Citrix ADC SDX. For Citrix ADC SDX hardware documentation, see Citrix ADC SDX hardware.

Citrix ADC VPX

A virtual solution that can be deployed on multiple hypervisors and hybrid multi-cloud environments. Suited for deployments requiring a virtual platform with high SSL performance without hardware acceleration. For Citrix ADC VPX documentation, see Citrix ADC VPX.

Citrix ADC BLX

A virtual appliance designed to run natively on bare metal Linux on commercial-off-the-shelf servers. It can be easily plugged in with an existing orchestration setup and any open source tools that are supported for Linux environments can be seamlessly integrated with this appliance. For Citrix ADC BLX documentation, see Citrix ADC BLX.

Citrix ADC CPX

A container based ADC to support application delivery in multi-cloud and on-premises environments, such as Kubernetes and OpenShift. For Citrix ADC CPX documentation, see Citrix ADC CPX.

Citrix ADC form factors