Application Acceleration Services
Boost performance by 5-25x without upfront capex.
As enterprises become more distributed, as end users run
multiple applications simultaneously and as applications become
chattier, many IT managers face the challenge of slow application
response times, end user dissatisfaction and degrading business
productivity. Although companies can deploy application
acceleration-specific appliances at the premises, these solutions
are expensive and require upfront capital, are complex and require
more specialized IT skillsets to deploy, maintain and manage.
As a result, some companies have to settle and live with the slower
response times or decide to only deploy appliance solutions for
locations that have in-house resources and can justify the
Virtela has developed application acceleration solutions to
address these challenges. Our cloud-based service makes
applications run up to 25X faster and comes with a 250% money-back
guarantee. Virtela's cloud-based application acceleration
service is enabled by Virtela
Enterprise Services Cloud (ESC), a unique cloud architecture
that's optimized for enterprise networking, security, and
mobility. We invite you to listen to a
podcast for more information about Virtela ESC and click here to learn
more about Virtela's cloud vision.
On the other hand, our software-based
on premises application acceleration service offers cloud-like
benefits over any current underlying transport carrier or
ISP. Application acceleration virtualization software is
deployed on servers at the premises and the service does not
require any network migration from the enterprise's current network
carrier or ISP.
Additionally, ensuring optimal application response time becomes
a challenge as more applications are hosted in public clouds.
With the applications potentially farther away from the end users,
application performance and response time may suffer.
To help alleviate these concerns, Virtela's Cloud
Accelerator service extends the acceleration benefit of Virtela
ESC to applications hosted within the public cloud environment,
such as Amazon EC2, Rackspace Cloud, and IBM Cloudburst.