Riverbed & Teneo: The Force behind digital transformation
Your WAN may be as old as the Millennium Falcon, but due to digital transformation, it needs to evolve even faster than hyperspace to cope with new apps and user expectations.
Using the Force of Riverbed’s Digital Performance Platform and Teneo’s services, we’d like to show you how you can bring balance to your WAN and make your future network visions come true.
Join us at Beer DeLuxe – King St. Wharf, Sydney on the 4th of December from 2:30pm – 5pm to hear how Riverbed’s SD-WAN, WAN & SaaS Optimisation, APM, NPM and End User Experience Monitoring solutions, all available ‘as a Service’ from Teneo, will protect your WAN from failure and bring harmony to app and network performance, from the endpoint to the Cloud in a galaxy far, far away.
To help you go about your digital transformation business, this is the event you’re looking for.
One lucky attendee will leave with the ultimate Lego Millennium Falcon and at worst, you’ll go home with one of our ‘The Force is Strong with This WAN’ T-shirts!
2:30pm-3pm: Arrival, Registration & Drinks
3pm-3:30pm: Difficult to See. Always in Motion is the Future – Welcome Introduction & Teneo Services Overview – Piers Carey, CEO, Teneo
3:30pm-4:15pm: From Aternity to Zero-Touch Provisioning – How to Bring Balance to Your WAN With Riverbed’s Digital Performance Platform – Gordon Noble, Regional Sales Manager – SteelCentral, Riverbed Technology
4:30pm Onwards: Networking Drinks
For further information about this event, you can contact Seth Cornwall, Sales Manager, on +61 2 9006 1236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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