Faster, Reliable, Secure Applications in the Cloud or Your Data Center
The Riverbed® Stingray™ product family is application delivery software designed to make applications faster, reliable, and secure. As software, it’s designed to work within cloud environments and be easily integrated into an application stack.
Data centre transformation is accelerating beyond virtualization to next-generation cloud architectures and software-defined data centres, bringing new challenges for application performance, scalability and resilience. Traditional application delivery solutions focus on network control and load balancing, but there is a clear need for more flexibility and mobility in how, when and where Layer 7 services are deployed in this new virtual application delivery infrastructure.
Riverbed Stingray is a high-performance application delivery controller, 100% software and designed for virtual and cloud applications. Stingray is easily integrated into automated application frameworks, and available for a wide range of virtual and cloud environments, making it the ideal application delivery tool for software-defined data centres.
With industry-leading web acceleration and application-level security features, Stingray can scale and accelerate applications faster than traditional hardware load balancer technologies. And as software, it’s designed to work anywhere in your data centre or in cloud environments and can be easily integrated into an application stack.
Attend this webinar to find out how to:
• Unbox your application delivery network, and extend your application stack
• Cut the cost of application delivery in virtual and cloud environments
• Simplify your application lifecycle through automation and application integration
• Enable access to application-level ADC capabilities and Layer 7 services.
Cloud computing brings new opportunities for enterprises to build dynamic applications which can react to the changing needs of the business and their customers. But Cloud Computing also brings new challenges for performance management, with variable latency and global traffic distribution.
This webinar discusses strategies for accelerating applications in public and private cloud architectures, such as:
• Automated ADC configuration and provisioning
• Performance, scalability and global traffic distribution
• Web content optimization for cloud applications
• Acceleration and security for key business transactions
Moving your application to the cloud offers many benefits, but what happens when your cloud provider's service goes down? With the recent high-profile public cloud outages, organizations are re-evaluating public cloud offerings and trying to decide if they can do better on their own.
The short answer to this is NO. Despite well-publicised outages, public cloud providers offer better uptime and business continuity than most organisations can achieve on their own: at the center of this argument is the concept of planning for failure. Organisations should not hide from failure, but rather expose themselves to it early and often, in a way that allows them to learn quickly and build the right infrastructure to enable operations in a world where any cloud – public or private – can fail.
Join Paul Wallace, Director of Product Marketing at Riverbed Technology, as he discusses strategies that will help you avoid the impacts of your next cloud outage. You’ll learn how to:
• Prepare for unplanned cloud outages
• Avoid some of the most common mistakes IT professionals make when faced with a cloud outage
• Gain benefits by designing for failure
• Build a globally resilient cloud
Public cloud providers offer better uptime and business continuity than most organisations can achieve on their own, despite well-publicised outages. But failing to plan for an outage, means you are planning to fail. At the center of this argument is the concept of designing for resilience: organisations should not hide from failure, but rather expose themselves to it early and often, in a way that allows them to learn quickly and build the right infrastructure to build reliability in an unreliable world.
Join Paul Wallace, Director of Product at Riverbed Technology, as he discusses strategies that will help you design for resilience and security, and learn how to:
* Prepare for unplanned cloud outages
* Build a globally resilient cloud application
* Avoid some of the most common mistakes when faced with a cloud outage