August 20, 2012
Will showcase with VMware Integrated Solutions for VDI, SDN, and cloud
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20 — Riverbed Technology, the performance company, today announced its participation at VMworld 2012, taking place August 26-30, 2012, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. VMworld, the IT industry's largest virtualization and cloud computing event, will provide attendees with the tools and training needed to master the new cloud landscape. At the conference, Riverbed (booth #723) will demonstrate with VMware integrated solutions for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), software-defined networks (SDN), and cloud environments. As enterprises evolve by adopting hybrid clouds and virtualized environments, Riverbed is uniquely positioned to enable efficient acceleration, monitoring, and management of these environments.
"Cloud computing and virtualization are driving a whole new and complex set of performance challenges. VMworld gives us a chance to show how we are working with VMware to bring the proven Riverbed performance acceleration to the cloud." – Eric Wolford, executive vice president at Riverbed
"Riverbed and VMware have a history of collaboration that enables organizations to maximize the value of cloud and virtualized IT environments. Working together, Riverbed and VMware are able to ensure performance throughout the enterprise as organizations increasingly rely on virtualization in the cloud, and in their data centers, desktops, and applications." – Venugopal Pai, vice president, global alliances at Riverbed
More than 19,000 organizations worldwide depend on Riverbed to understand, optimize and consolidate their IT infrastructure through solutions that overcome performance issues caused by distance, distributed computing, and ever increasing amounts of data. As IT organizations embark on strategic initiatives to virtualize, consolidate and migrate workloads into cloud environments, users are moved farther from their data. Slow applications, slow file transfers and inefficient websites can negatively impact the performance and success of these initiatives. Riverbed transforms IT performance by providing solutions spanning WAN optimization, edge virtual server infrastructure (edge-VSI), application-aware network performance management, application delivery controllers, web content optimization (WCO), and cloud data protection for backup and disaster recovery. By providing the broadest portfolio of performance solutions that deliver anywhere, any-application optimization, Riverbed enables organizations to increase productivity and efficiency, while enhancing business resilience and controlling costs.
VMworld 2012 is the IT industry's largest virtualization and cloud computing event. With more than 300 unique breakout sessions and more than 250 exhibitors, attendees will have unparalleled access to the knowledge and tools they need to master the new cloud landscape and transform their business. To learn more about VMworld 2012 in San Francisco, visit www.vmworld.com.
Riverbed (NASDAQ: RVBD) delivers performance for the globally connected enterprise. With Riverbed, enterprises can successfully and intelligently implement strategic initiatives such as virtualization, consolidation, cloud computing, and disaster recovery without fear of compromising performance. By giving enterprises the platform they need to understand, optimize and consolidate their IT, Riverbed helps enterprises to build a fast, fluid and dynamic IT architecture that aligns with the business needs of the organization. Additional information about Riverbed (NASDAQ: RVBD) is available at www.riverbed.com.
Source: Riverbed Technology, Inc.
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