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Certeon to Speak About the Shift from Physical to Virtual Appliances at Interop New York

09-28-2011 08:51 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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/ PR Agency: March Communications
BURLINGTON, Mass. September 27, 2011: Certeon, the application performance company, today announced that its Chief Technology Officer, Donato Buccella, is speaking at Interop New York, taking place October 3-7, 2011 at the Javits Center. As part of a panel, Buccella will be reviewing the major transition in IT infrastructure from proprietary networking appliances to virtual appliance software and industry standard hardware.

In “The Great Debate: Is this the End of Physical Appliances?,” Buccella will argue that there is no longer a need for proprietary physical WAN optimization appliances in today’s enterprise. Panelists will debate whether proprietary physical WAN optimization controllers (WOCs) that have been deployed in enterprises over the past seven years continue to offer any advantages in performance, cost, scale or agility.

“With organizations virtualizing 75 percent of their workloads and 30 percent of organizations planning to implement private clouds in 2011, according to Gartner, it is essential for WAN optimization to match the flexible nature of these environments,” said Buccella, CTO, Certeon. “Solutions for virtualization and cloud computing must deliver extreme performance, scalability and flexibility, capabilities that hardware appliances can never provide. I am excited to participate in the discussion and engage with my fellow panelists in a lively debate on the hardware versus software issue.”

Interop is one of the leading business technology events and covers a range of topics from virtualization and networking to cloud computing. The event drives the adoption of technology, providing knowledge and insight to help IT and corporate decision-makers achieve business success.

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About Certeon
Certeon is the application performance company. With Certeon, enterprises and cloud providers successfully realize key initiatives including consolidation, virtualization, replication and application performance SLAs. Certeon aCelera is the only software WAN Optimization product that is hypervisor agnostic, hardware agnostic and cost effective. aCelera’s ability to provide automated, secure and optimal access to centralized applications at the lowest possible TCO make aCelera a cornerstone of enterprise and cloud provider infrastructures. Additional information about Certeon is available at www.certeon.com.

©2011 Certeon Inc. Certeon is a registered trademark and aCelera is a trademark of Certeon Inc. All other company names and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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