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Cisco WAAS and CA in Australia!

August 20, 2012 - 0 Comments

True or false?  You recently were finally able to convince your spouse/partner/significant other that your living room is too big for the 40 inch HDTV that you purchased 4-5 years ago and that you need a 60 inch LED TV.  You reason that the 60in TV is very thin, you can watch 3D movies on it, and it’s ‘SMART’ so you can stream movies or TV shows from the Internet!  It’s an awesome product and you are enjoying every bit of it… but then you realize that if you also had a surround sound system, it would complete your home theatre and you’d get even more use out of your TV.

Just like a good TV with a stereo system, Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) also has a complementary product that enhances it: CA Technologies’ Application Delivery Analysis.  We all know WAAS – the award winning WAN optimization solution that can improve application performance whether the application is your everyday email, online training videos that every employee is mandated to take or the new virtual desktop you were issued.

 With CA’s solution with WAAS, you can:

  • Accurately report end-to-end application response with no probes or agents in the branch
  • Identify potential sites that need WAN optimization the most, helping you to prioritize deployment order.
  • Quantify the impact of deploying WAN optimization – giving a picture of the before and after.

For those of you in Australia, you have the opportunity to see this in action at the CA Expo.  The event is FREE! 

City Date Registration
Sydney August 21st Register here
Melbourne August 24th Register here
Canberra August 28th Register here
Perth August 30th Register here

Come by the Cisco booth and we will have a demo of our solution as well as a challenge you can take to enter to win a Apple TV.  Cisco’s Marc Van Hoof will also be holding a theatrette session title ‘Get Ready for a true Borderless Experience – any app, any device, anywhere” at 1:25pm in the first 3 cities.  Hope to see you there! (Don’t forget to register.)

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