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Exploring the Fundamental Differences Between Network Memory and Application Caching

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Enterprises have long been battling the inherent performance limitations of Wide Area Networks (WANs) when delivering applications to remote offices. Caching emerged in the 1990ís as a potential way of addressing this problem, accelerating the performance of specific applications, such as web services, while reducing overall WAN traffic.  While caching achieved reasonable success for a few short years, the market for these point products ultimately subsided as a result of several operational and functional limitations.  Enterprises require an application acceleration solution that spans all types of traffic, one that is easy to manage, and 100% data coherency when supporting business-critical applications.   This white paper will address these issues and offer a solution that addresses these enterprise requirements. The result is a complete solution for improved application delivery across a distributed enterprise environment.  

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Published:  Oct 28, 2013
Length:  5
Type:  White Paper