No matter how you're looking at cloud service delivery, the network and proximity to your end users, partners and customers are two of your most important considerations. This whitepaper examines the role of the network and how proximity to customers is critical to end-user quality of experience, application performance and growing your addressable market.
To really drive consumer satisfaction and business results, you need a fast network. Today's consumers don't care whether they're accessing your service from a desktop or a mobile device; if you make them wait (even a few seconds), they'll leave and possibly never return. Sometimes, they'll even make the switch to a competitor's site. Clearly, fast network connections—between all the components of the application—play a critical role in your success. So don't wait. Download your copy of this research today and discover the best ways to optimize your network connections.
What to expect when you're moving to the cloud. For most ISVs, cloud computing represents an opportunity to open new markets and making applications more accessible to scores of new customers. But, because most ISVs sit at the intersection of service delivery and end-user expectations, going to the cloud frequently involves much more than a line-by-line rewrite of apps and developing a new infrastructure and distribution system—it also means selecting the hosting service to create and manage the cloud delivery system. To download your copy of this report, which includes valuable guidance on selecting hosting partners and measuring performance, complete the form today.
Gartner outlines how enterprises can employ colocation networking – the bringing together of various connections in one facility – to achieve the same cloud benefits that cloud providers, content providers and carriers already enjoy. With colocation networking, enterprises can realize superior flexibility, resiliency and cost reduction. This report covers the three facets to colocation networking — Ethernet-based access, intracolocation and intercolocation — and how your enterprise can gain a competitive advantage through their implementation.