By now , you probably had a chance to check what happened at Cisco Live Las Vegas on Wednesday – Amongst the highlights of the day, CTO Padmasree Warrior keynotes speech (the videotaped session is available here), the Data Center 3.0 announcement , the VCE panel with Sungard and ADS CTOs.
Last night, Cisco Omar Sultan, Aneel Lakhani, Brian Gracely and VMware Ernesto Tey met for the last Daily Blogger Techminute of the show. Here is what they had to say about FabricPath, and of course hybrid cloud computing and it’s adoption by the market
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Today, WAAS 4.2 is a key component of our Data Center 3.0 launch. In this video Dave Frampton, VP/GM of the Application Delivery Business Unit, talks about this product release and the significance for our customers as they deal with changes in how applications are delivered with the emergence of Cloud Computing and Software as a Service.
As a component of Cisco Borderless Networks and Cisco Data Center 3.0 initiative, Cisco WAAS allows IT departments to centralize applications and consolidate data centers while maintaining productivity for branch–office and mobile users.
Cisco Wide Area Application Services software 4.2 is a major release that further enhances IT agility and end-user productivity, enables IT migration to cloud computing, while increasing return-on-investment.
Learn about the latest features in Cisco WAAS 4.2 in this discussion with Ranjan Goel, Product Manager and Eric Wolff, Product Marketing Manager, from the Cisco WAAS team.