Meeting IT Performance Requirements of the Global Warfighter

Tuesday, June 9 at 1:00 PM EDT

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In an increasingly remote world, military operations, productivity, and readiness ultimately depend on optimal network and application performance. For Defense IT, improving network visibility while reducing troubleshooting time will be essential to supporting missions.

Traditional networks were not built to meet the growing modernization demands of today’s informed end users who continuously ask for new capabilities, such as the cloud, software-as-a service applications, automation, voice, video and Internet of Things devices. This panel will provide an example of how an agency leveraged the right tools to support the surge of remote workers from 1,000 to 10,000 while achieving an average of 60% data reduction and upwards of 87% reduction and performance acceleration depending on the specific application.

Listen in for details on this case study along with additional perspectives on lessons learned since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The panelists also share industry insights on how agencies can effectively address the most critical piece of network and app performance challenges for the global, virtually co-located warfighter.


Vernon Samuel
VP of Engineering Services
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Marlin McFate
CTO of Public Sector
Riverbed Technology
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Robert K. Ackerman
Editor in Chief
SIGNAL Magazine
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