Dec 4, 2013 By David Greenfield
There’s growing interest in our industry in connecting branch offices to two or more networks, such as the Internet and MPLS. Sometimes this is done for reasons of improving cloud performance, other times for availability or cost. Regardless, maximizing the investment of a hybrid WAN remains a challenge for many IT organizations. Secondary connections often lie dormant, under-utilized, or the application experience is sacrificed as traffic is indiscriminately directed down one connection or another without considering the impact on application performance. Dynamic Path Control, a feature of Silver Peak’s Virtual Acceleration Open … Read More
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