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As organizations work to evolve their IT infrastructure into a cloud-based model, one concept becomes self-evident: connecting users to the cloud with confidence. In order to achieve that, any virtual infrastructure must have the ability to pool multiple physical devices into a single virtual instance, then expand and contract that instance simultaneously and instantaneously based on application, location or line of business requirements. Such needs further emphasize the importance of design flexibility and scalable deployment models within the WAN. Cisco WAAS provides exactly that and more. But, don’t just take our words for it. Hear directly from our customers at Cisco Live this week. 

In the Cisco Live press release quote sheet:

“Cisco WAAS was instrumental in helping Swift Transportation ensure secure application delivery and high-margin service delivery to remote locations. Swift Transportation has successfully completed a production pilot and sees Cisco AppNav, the latest virtualization technology, as the solution to easily scale our 2nd data center deployment, reaping additional benefits such as on-demand provisioning of WAN  optimization resources, virtualization of service infrastructure, and investment protection.” — Mike Ruchensky, Chief Information Officer/VP, Swift Transportation

Sneak Peek of AppNav and Interview with Quintiles by TechWiseTV@Cisco Live

In the replay of  Get Your Network Ready for the Cloud Cisco Live Press Conference (27 mins), hear from Euan Cameron, Global Core Network, Voice and Security Services Director of Baker Hughes, a top-tier oil field services provider, on how Cisco WAAS and other Cisco solutions are leveraged in their transition to the cloud.

Baker Hughes and Cisco WAAS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not at Cisco Live? Don’t worry. Learn about AppNav and WAAS 5.0 through these.

To learn more, visit cisco.com/go/waas or cisco.com/go/appnav.

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