Bringing the Cloud to Remote Offices:
Application Visibility and Survivability
(Original Webcast - Wednesday, July 25, 2012)
As businesses adopt cloud computing, addressing the user experience at branch offices is essential. IT professionals must be able to prioritize critical applications, forecast capacity requirements, and ensure service reliability as more applications traverse the network to the cloud.
Join our experts, as they provide a technical deep dive on breakthrough technologies, including Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC) for deeper cloud visibility and simpler capacity planning, and Cisco Cloud Connectors for improved application reliability and security.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about new innovations that can accelerate your transition to the cloud.
In this session, Matt Bolick, Technical Engineer for the Cisco Services Router portfolio will discuss features in:Cisco AVC for granular visibility and control to 1000+ applications leveraging network embedded intelligence like NBAR2, Netflow9, Performance Agent (PA) and hierarchical QoS.
Cisco Cloud Connectors for cloud voice survivability, efficient web security with consistent policy enforcement, and branch storage failover.
Cisco Cloud Connector API that allows customers and partners to built custom connectors for and improved cloud application.
Approximate duration: 60 minutes