What is the best way to simplify the management of our key business applications?
Consolidation of servers has a lot of benefits, including a dramatic reduction of management costs. However, server consolidation means that end-users who are accessing applications from the LAN today will in the future access them from the WAN. They will face severe performance degradations caused by higher network delay and decreased bandwidth unless planned correctly.
These bottleneck issues can be addressed in different ways. All application protocol bottlenecks without exception can be removed by updating the application design to take into account WAN-style network delays. Microsoft, for example, has been doing this for many years. Exchange combined with Outlook cache mode exhibits major performance improvements over its predecessors when used over the WAN. CIFS, a protocol known for its poor WAN performance, has been completely redesigned to work over the WAN.
Computrad can address these 3 key application performance bottleneck issues by providing acceleration thus mitigating the low–bandwidth and the higher-latency WAN characteristics when compared with the LAN.
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