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Once ready to deploy the system in production, customers can choose to use the virtual appliance or, without having to migrate data, use one of the new hardware appliances instead.
The Tolly Group report shows that aCelera offers enterprises the crucial ability to scale and dramatically improve application performance with a more cost-efficient software WAN optimization solution than proprietary hardware appliances.
rBuilder Allows SOASTA to Easily Create Multiple Application Images For VMware, Amazon EC2 and Hardware Appliances
Our response was to bring to market a revolutionary 'plug in and protect' recovery hardware appliance that offers a dramatically simplified approach to disaster recovery, especially when compared to traditional backup and recovery solutions.
The new hardware appliances provide additional flexibility for varying network configurations.
This user-directed migration utility allows upgrades from legacy EMC arrays to HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage without requiring the use of host resources, specialized host software or additional hardware appliances.
aCelera software reduces application response time over the WAN by up to 95 percent and lowers network bandwidth requirements without proprietary hardware appliances.
aCelera software reduces application response time over the WAN and reduces network bandwidth requirements by more than 95 percent without proprietary hardware appliances.
Such clients were looking to maximize the performance of their applications across their expensive satellite bandwidth and a software-based WAN acceleration solution allows them to provide a more affordable solution than installing additional hardware appliances off-shore, an approach that can be difficult to maintain in the event of a hardware failure.
Certeon's newly introduced aCelera Sync software is the industry's first virtual appliance that also dramatically accelerates disaster recovery for the business continuity market, without requiring costly proprietary hardware appliances.
Certeon, the leading provider of virtual appliance solutions for wide area network (WAN) optimization and application acceleration, announces that it is the most scalable and cost-efficient solution on the market today by enabling over 50 percent more sustained accelerated network connections at greater than 60 percent less cost than proprietary hardware appliances.
With the addition of aCelera Sync, Certeon delivers the industry's first virtual appliance that also dramatically accelerates disaster recovery for the business continuity market, without requiring costly proprietary hardware appliances.

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