You can avail the following benefits by using admin partitions for your deployment:
Let us analyze a couple of cases to understand the scenarios in which you can use admin partitions.
Let us consider a scenario faced by a company named Foo.com.
A non-partitioned NetScaler would not be able to satisfy these requirements. However, you can achieve all these requirements by partitioning a NetScaler.
Simply create a partition for each of the applications, assign the required users to the partitions, specify a VLAN for each partition, and define global settings on the default partition.
Let us consider a scenario faced by a service provider named BigProvider:
In a non-partitioned approach, the NetScaler administrator would typically use a NetScaler SDX appliance and provision a NetScaler instance for each customer.
This solution suits BigBiz and LargeBiz because their applications need the undiminished power of the entire non-partitioned NetScaler appliance. However, this solution might not be as cost effective for servicing SmallBiz, SmallerBiz, and StartupBiz.
Therefore, BigProvider decides on the following solution: