San Francisco—May 04, 2015— Riverbed Technology, the leader in application performance infrastructure, will demonstrate the Riverbed Application Performance Platform™, a set of integrated solutions for end-to-end application visibility, optimization, and control in hybrid IT environments, at Microsoft Ignite. Riverbed solutions optimize Microsoft Office 365 and SaaS delivery, and assure Microsoft SharePoint and Azure performance.
McCormick Place, Chicago
May 4-8, 2015
With more than three-quarters of organizations having hybrid architectures today, the hybrid enterprise is here to stay. For IT professionals leading Office 365, SharePoint or Azure initiatives, Riverbed provides the visibility, optimization, and control needed to ensure superior application performance. Through their ongoing strategic relationship, Riverbed and Microsoft together enable enterprises to move to cloud and virtualized Microsoft environments without compromising application performance and, in turn, business performance. This results in better end-user productivity and lower infrastructure costs.
DEMONSTRATIONS AND BOOTH PRESENTATIONS (Booth #261)
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