Assess and optimize application delivery on your network
To streamline processes, improve user satisfaction and access new markets, you’ve spent time, money and effort on application development, deployment and maintenance. You need to protect your investment.
Network application optimization from IBM is designed to deliver application, networking and technology expertise to help you assess and proactively prevent the causes of poor performance and availability in a public, private or hybrid cloud environment.
Network application optimization features
IBM can evaluate your applications and network environment to help your IT team adjust its approach, prevent unplanned expenditures and avoid delays. We help you:
And we help you examine new technologies designed to improve application performance in:
IBM has decades of data center networking and IT experience. We are exceptionally qualified to help you evaluate your applications as well as plan and implement a network designed to support virtualized and cloud-based environments. Our business-driven approach to our strategy, assessment and integration services helps you develop optimized applications and networks that better align IT with overall business goals. In short, IBM helps you achieve a simplified, agile, cost-effective and security-rich networking infrastructure that can support innovation and deliver business value.
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Redefining networks for cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security
Cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security place new demands on enterprise LAN, WLAN and data center networks. IBM can help address these demands.
Networking for data centers
Cloud computing, consolidation/virtualization and integrated computing systems strain existing data center networks. IBM solutions help re-configure networks for greatly improved performance.
Networking for cloud computing
Since networks play an essential role in utilizing and connecting IT resources in a cloud environment, its role in that environment should be addressed in the early stages of cloud planning