Migrating to the cloud isn't just about applications or data centers. It's about weaving together the applications, office(s), data centers, and cloud locations
Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) November 28, 2016
QOS Consulting LLC (QOS), a consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations improve the performance of their applications and people by improving the performance of their networks, announced today that Co-Founder & EVP Client Solutions Frank Cittadino will be speaking during The Channel Company’s NexGen Cloud Conference and Expo. The session, “SD-WAN--Your Connection to Agile Cloud” will be held from 10:30 – 11:00 a.m., December 7, 2016, in California Ballroom B at the Anaheim Hilton in Anaheim, California.
According to The Channel Company, “Cloud computing is enabling today’s hottest technologies--analytics, IoT, security, mobility, dev ops, containers, advanced system architectures and many more. NexGen is designed for the solutions providers on the cutting edge of the channel building business models around these next-generation technologies. These early adopter, services-oriented partners are a step ahead of the pack looking to identify the cloud-based solutions which will drive new revenue and future profits.”
During Frank’s session, participants can find out more about SD-WAN and how it can support cloud deployments. Software-Defined WAN capitalizes on the flexibility and agility of SDN by shifting network monitoring and management from physical devices to the application. This allows for the use of public and private connections for lower-cost and highly flexible connections to the cloud.
“Mobile or fixed device in hand, your users don't care where the application is there when they need it, on the device they're using and performs acceptably. The cloud is increasingly where the application is. For the IT professional, the cloud is a place, characterized by not being where your traditional WAN is optimized to route traffic. Traffic running in a straight line from their office(s) to their data center is efficient already. All other traffic flows necessitate expensive architecture chewing up bandwidth and resources,” said Frank. “Migrating to the cloud isn't just about applications or data centers. It's about weaving together the applications, office(s), data centers, and cloud locations.”
About QOS Consulting
For more than a decade, QOS Consulting has been helping organizations improve the performance of their applications and people by improving the performance of their networks. With technology and project management expertise, the team works with enterprise businesses to advise and manage implementation and migrations of complex services. For more information, visit qos-consulting.com.
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