Cloud Accelerator simplifies cloud adoption and provides acceleration of performance for application users and developers everywhere
Riverbed Cloud Accelerator is an infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) environment that accelerates migration and enhances access and reliability for any workload.
Today’s digital landscape has expanded to multi-cloud, hybrid networks, as well as an almost endless array of new cloud-based business applications and workloads. As a result, enterprises are addressing new concerns about the unpredictable performance of cloud workloads impacting overall business productivity. Data takes longer to get to and from distant locations, and therefore, the performance of cloud workloads may be hindered by latency. In some instances, bandwidth may be insufficient for certain types of modern workloads. Riverbed Cloud Accelerator runs on leading IaaS platforms such as Microsoft Azure, AWS and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to accelerate migration and access to workloads through proven data, transport and application streamlining, ultimately increasing time to market, enhancing employee productivity, and delivering maximum cloud value to the business.
The Impact of Poor SaaS Performance on Globally Distributed Enterprises
Tiered storage, hot data on-premise, cold data move to public cloud
Web applications, e-business, Internet-facing web
Mobile lighting towers and Optimisation Drives ERP Cloud Migration
AllightSykes primarily services the mining industry, fluctuating resource prices meant the organisation needed the ability to scale its operations in parallel with the rise and fall in mining investment
To put it simply, maintaining our BPW server on-premise was not going to work in its current form without Riverbed. We’ve been able to take advantage of the scalability and cost savings of cloud, without having to sacrifice performance as a result Chris Uusimaki, ICT Manager, AllightSykes
Fast, reliable Internet access to cloud apps
Schneider Electric is a global specialist in energy management, with networks connecting 110,000 people and 1,000 remote sites in 100 countries with four data centers.
The views I created using Riverbed open APIs ease capacity planning of Internet bandwidth / Internet peering, help negotiate costs with upstream transit providers by easily qualifying the most important destinations, and elaborate a peering (public / private) policy to collect the traffic from Internet exchange points. Lionel Marie, Network Architect, Schneider Electric