SSL VPN Secure Remote Access Security Services Aventail Spike License Pack
The Dell SonicWALL Spike License Pack is a temporary-capacity add-on license that allows customers to increase their remote user count immediately in the event of a disaster or other business disruption. This works like an insurance policy toward any future planned or unplanned eventuality when remote access traffic could spike from current user counts to hundreds or even thousands of additional users. It is ideal as part of a company's overall disaster recovery plan as well as for firms that experience seasonal spikes.
Ensure against business disruptions—or seasonal spikes.
Building on a market-leading reputation for customer support and service, Dell SonicWALL created the Spike License Pack to includes global 24x7 customer service and support for the duration of the spike period. The Spike License Pack allows temporary addition of as many as 500 users of the Dell SonicWALL Secure Remote Access (SRA) Series. It is available for sudden increases of up to 250 users on the Dell SonicWALL Aventail E-Class Secure Remote Access (SRA) EX6000 , 5,000 users on the Dell SonicWALL Aventail E-Class SRA EX7000 and 20,000 users on the Dell SonicWALL Aventail E-Class SRA EX9000.
Designed for reliability in emergencies.
Dell SonicWALL SRA appliances already play an intrinsic role in overall disaster recovery planning for many enterprises, serving as a secure application access gateway at main data centers, ensuring a model of redundancy at the data center and serving as a gateway to hot, warm or cold disaster recovery (DR) facilities. For added reliability, SRA solutions also offer high availability (HA) with integrated load balancing and active/active stateful failover on the EX6000, EX7000 and EX9000, eliminating the added cost of a third-party load balancer. The easiest-to-use and easiest-to-control SSL VPN solution available, SRA appliances are perfect for network managers who need to provide their users with secure remote access, under any circumstances.
Administrators may start and stop the Spike License to allow for a temporary increase in user capacity. (For example, if an organization purchases a 30-day Spike License, and encounters an emergency that requires them to use the license for three days, it could then stop their usage, leaving a 27-day remaining balance to use later.)