Ultra High-Speed Transport Over WAN

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Monday, September 20, 2010
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The movement of large datasets is a bandwidth-taxing process. But what if there was a way to transfer 20 gigabytes of content in a matter of seconds? By circumventing traditional transfer methods like TCP, FTP and NFS, which all prevent networks from utilizing all their available bandwidth, this fantasy can become a reality. This presentation will address how it’s done and how to overcome the storage bottleneck in the last foot of the transfer

Learning Objectives

Understand a new strategy for moving gigabytes of content between workgroups, offices, and continents.
Learn how to optimize performance and bandwidth for large data transfers over modern WANs
Learn how to pinpoint where bottlenecks occur (SAN, NAS, LAN and WAN infrastructure) and the residual impact these bottlenecks have on your network.