November 16, 2011

Guarantee Application Performance over Modern Networks

Internet ubiquity and increasing virtualization are making the movement to cloud applications inevitable. The cloud promises simplified application management, but as enterprises progressively embrace SaaS, IaaS and PaaS, networks become more diverse, complex and central to the business.  Branch offices must be prepared as they become the focal point where all conventional software and cloud-based application flows converge from disparate and heterogeneous sources.

This paper explores upcoming changes for the branch and IT considerations for evolving their VPNs into modern, cloud-ready networks (CRNs).

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Cloud services are allowing branch offices to blossom into full headquarters peers from a resource access perspective. That’s because central IT can use the cloud portal to manage branches the same way they manage bigger sites. But Ipanema contends that cloud adoption adds exponential complexity to network management and that network performance can be impacted because of the cloud’s reliance on the WAN. So the company discusses here the various approaches to WAN optimization to cope with this challenge, explaining why traditional WAN optimization controllers must morph into something more affordable and appropriate for lots and lots of little sites.

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