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Health Monitoring

Owen Garrett, Riverbed Technology
Owen Garrett explains how to monitor the health of your application using Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager.
Jan 24 2014
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Health Monitoring
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    Application continuous deployment allows digital transformation
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    * Automated deployment, licensing and configuration
    * Rightsizing network services in a cloud environment
    * Using an ADC-as-a-Service model for network services.
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    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.
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    Paul Wallace, Director of Product, Stingray, Riverbed Technology
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    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.
  • Software Defined Data Centers: Ist Ihr ADC fit dafür? Recorded: Apr 30 2013 62 mins
    Georg Hess, Director, Riverbed Stingray Sales D-A-CH
    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.
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.

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