Up To Date With Sysob: IT-security And WAN Optimization On The Road

Roadshow with Clavister and expand networks Schorndorf, 04 June 2009 together with its partners Clavister AB and expand networks is touring the sysob IT distribution GmbH & co. KG within the framework of their up-to-date-road show through Germany and the Switzerland. Munich, Zurich, Hamburg, and Cologne are stations of the Roadshow held from 29 June to 10 July 2009. Each from 13: 00 to 17:00 the companies present their solutions on the basis of detailed practical examples. With this event, in particular reseller, system integrators, service providers, carriers, alternative network operators and consultants are addressed. The specialists of the Swedish network-security manufacturer Clavister provide a comprehensive overview of participants in their high end firewall solutions, as well as in current security topics such as virtualization and in-the-cloud\”. Another focus of the road show is the presentation of the new partner program. The Clavister security gateway series for network security, management and optimization is also on the program, such as the new SG 4300 series, which the previous SG 4200 and SG 4400 series replaces.

In addition, it discusses troubleshooting and special functions of the Clavister security appliances. Expand networks is the leading manufacturer of traffic management and reduction solutions for LAN/WAN infrastructures. The lectures within the framework of the road show are designed to increase the expertise of already existing partners on the subject of WAN optimization. The hardware platforms that integrate all aspects of the core with the compass technology, which are necessary for a high application performance are on the program for one. These include including server consolidation, optimized bandwidth management, and MPLS WAN optimization.

On the other hand, the new virtual WAN acceleration appliance (VWAN) will be presented. This solution offers an optimization and user acceleration, which is simply to include in the virtual server infrastructure.

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