When was the last time you attended a Riverbed Roadmap session? If the answer is a while ago, then there’s no better time like the present to get an update on Riverbed. Why? In this digital age, performance is everything. According to a recent Riverbed survey, 99% of business leaders report that the delivery of digital services and apps is critical for future business success.
However, a major challenge remains. Limited visibility into the digital experience and the constraints of legacy IT infrastructure are throttling digital performance. The resulting performance gap diminishes productivity, disrupts customer experience, and negatively impacts the business bottom-line.
Riverbed’s unified and integrated Digital Performance Platform ensures superior digital experiences, delivers new levels of operational agility, and accelerates digital business outcomes. Product lines include Riverbed SteelCentral, SteelConnect, SteelFusion and SteelHead, and solution areas include:
Digital Experience Management: Blending end-user experience, network, infrastructure & application monitoring for a holistic view of the end user’s digital experience.
Cloud Networking: Bringing networking into the cloud-era with a powerful offering that combines SD-WAN, SD-LAN, application acceleration, and network visibility.
Cloud Edge: Combining cloud networking, storage caching, and high-performance compute into a single and extensible software-defined platform.
The results you can expect from Riverbed’s Digital Performance Platform are:
Improved agility, performance & reliability
Better visibility & control over end user experience, on & off the cloud
Reduced risks & improved performance
If you’ve been tasked with building an architecture that supports your organisation’s digital transformation plans in any of these areas, we’d love to arrange a Riverbed Roadmap session for you and your team.
Simply register your interest with your Teneo account manager or complete the Contact Us form below and let us know the dates and times that would be most convenient for you.
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