There are a billion reasons (okay, I may be exaggerating but you get my point) why you should choose Cisco WAAS as THE WAN optimization solution for your company. But today, I want to emphasize the following three:
#1. Not your ordinary WAN optimization
With Cisco WAAS, you’re not just getting WAN optimization but much more. WAAS is integrated into the industry leading branch routers – the ISRs – and this means the capabilities are not only limited to WAN optimization and application acceleration but to security, application visibility, QoS and much more. The Cisco Intelligent WAN is an entire package along with WAAS to provide an uncompromised user experience over any connection. Regardless of the type of connection that particular branch has, WAAS can reduce bandwidth usage and accelerate applications working alongside with Intelligent Path Control, Transport Independence, and Security.
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Tags: #IWANWed, AppNav, Cisco WAAS, ISR, IWAN, router, waas
Today, I am pleased to share the news that Cisco WAAS 5.0 has been certified by SAP for integration with the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform 7.0. Cisco WAAS 5.0 on the Cisco WAVE-594 appliance has been tested for performance preservation, secure encrypted communication, reliability, and functional correctness with SAP NetWeaver 7.0. The WAN bandwidth utilization is typically reduced by 20 percent or more.
In addition to the performance benefits verified during SAP certification testing, Cisco introduced WAAS 5.0 earlier this year, which includes the following features: Read More »
Tags: AppNav, Central Manager, html5, iPad, iPad-ready, NetWeaver, NetWeaver 7.0, SAP, SAP CRM, SAP-Certified, SSL Support, waas, waas 5.0, WAAS Express, XenApp, xendesktop
I’ve had a few days back at home. I’m fully recovered from the jet-lag and general lack of sleep. The non-stop geek-fest that is Cisco Live is now over. With some time to look back at everything that happened in San Diego, I’m blown away by how this might have been one of the best events I’ve been to in 16 years and how it’s too bad that it’s going to be a whole year before we get to do it again. Here are some of the things that made a huge impression on many of the attendees I spoke to that week. Read More »
Tags: AppNav, Cloud Connected, cloud services router, CSR, ISR G2, router, waas, WAN Optimization
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. Read More »
Tags: AppNav, Baker Hughes, cisco live, enterprise wan app, quintiles, swift transportation, TechWiseTV, waas, waas 5.0
Earlier today we had a brief press conference introducing our Cloud Connected solutions that enable you to connect users to the cloud with confidence. And you can get the meaty detail tomorrow [June 13 @ 8am PDT] when we have a special episode of TechwiseTV on CiscoLive365 with Jimmy Ray Purser and Robb Boyd showcasing these new solutions, doing a technical deep dive, and kicking the proverbial tires. You can get a sneak peek here as Jimmy Ray took a stroll through our CiscoLive demo space. As you can see in the picture to the right, Robb is very excited for these new solutions! [He said I could post this picture, muahaha] Read More »
Tags: application, AppNav, cloud, cloud services router, cloudconnected, control, CSR, ISR G2, router, UCS-E, visibility, waas