Instart Logic Updates Software-Defined Application Delivery Platform

Startup says performance enhancements improve speed, security, scalability

Responding to the needs of modern applications and cloud and mobile architectures, application delivery company Instart Logic introduced the next generation of its software-defined application delivery platform with new performance features.

Earlier in the month Instart Logic completed a $43 million financing round to continue its drive for proclaiming that the future of application delivery is based on software, not networks. With advanced programmatic access and control in the new SDAD platform, Instart Logic says, JavaScript Interception and Browser Cache Purge are the primary performance enhancements that deliver speed, security, and scale to the customer.

JavaScript Interception extends its JavaScript Streaming capability to intercept both static and dynamic third party content through its SDAD service, according to the company. This is made possible, Instart Logic notes, through a new Nanovisor 2.0 that includes a client-side interception system to ensure runtime redirection of client-side asset requests.

Browser Cache Purge is a new performance feature that Instart Logic says changes the current model of web application development by making caching an integral component of application design. The company notes that with this new feature publishers will be able to push changes to the browser via an API and clear browser cache instantaneously, thus eliminating unnecessary network requests to check for current content.

Instart Logic is initiating an Early Experience Program to recruit application publishers to provide input into how this capability impacts application design.

For enhanced programmability of the SDAD platform Instart Logic has also added an expanded set of APIs and a new management portal.

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