Network Performance Optimization

  • Bandwidth management – Reserving and allocating appropriate bandwidth for business-critical application data versus low priority and recreational traffic
  • Protocol acceleration and optimization – Making TCP/IP more efficient for applications delivered over WANs
  • Accelerated file services – Improving the efficiencies of typically 'chatty' file and data protocols designed for LANs
  • Compression – Reducing the amount of traffic transmitted over the network without losing the original content, which is then reconstituted at the destination
  • Caching – Storing data that has been transmitted via a WAN link locally, then serving it from the local cache
  • Content management – Controlling unsolicited and rogue traffic which can consume large percentages of corporate bandwidth
  • Offload services – Providing TCP, SSL and XML offload capabilities to free up CPU cycles on the application servers, as well as allow for control of encrypted traffic
  • Server load balancing – Spreading the work, or load, between two or more application servers, leading to higher levels of reliability, redundancy, predictability and improved scaling of applications.