Interop Las Vegas 2016

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  • Branching Out: Delivering Dynamic Content to All Locations

    Charlie Gero  |  CTO, Cloud Networking, Akamai
    Location:  Breakers F
    Session Type: Conference Session
    Track: Applications
    Pass type: 3-Day Pass, 5-Day Pass - Get your pass now!
    Vault Recording: TBD

    Enterprise applications are moving to the cloud, which means that enterprise IT managers need to buy optimization and offload solutions in the form of services (instead of boxes) that work in the public Internet and hybrid cloud (instead of just the private enterprise network); and branch offices need much larger amounts of bandwidth, which means that new, lower-cost solutions are needed to enable the next generation of MPLS services.

    The speaker will explain how cloud networking has started to boost enterprise productivity and revenue by accelerating in-branch applications, reducing enterprise network costs and successfully bringing the Internet and public clouds into the enterprise network. He will describe the process of accelerating and offloading the last mile IP communications in branch offices, including retail stores, hotels, and other remote locations. Finally the speaker will provide real world examples of how these companies are using this new process to deliver new and faster branch applications.

    Attendees will leave this session with an understanding of how to consolidate brand infrastructure and enable new hybrid enterprise architectures and how to accelerate access to sites and applications wherever they are hosted (e.g., in the enterprise network, the Internet, a cloud provider, or a SaaS datacenter).