2010 Application Delivery Networking Challenge: Accelerating, Securing, Optimizing, and Monitoring Applications

Over the past seven years, wide-area network (WAN) optimization has transformed from an interesting point product that solved isolated problems into a strategic cornerstone of enterprise application delivery strategy. Not surprisingly, during this time, WAN optimization evolved to meet a growing set of customer needs. Learn how WAN optimization has evolved into a complete model of enterprise IT performance.
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