Brocade to demonstrate fabric-based networking solutions at Cloud Connect Santa Clara 2012

By Telecom
Lead Team:
Brocade, a provider of fabric-based data center networking
solutions, will be exhibiting its fabric-Based Networking Solutions at Cloud
Connect Santa Clara 2012.


At the event,
Brocade will be discussing its vision and strategy for helping organizations
transition smoothly to a world where information and applications reside and
can be accessed anywhere, whether the objective is a private, public or hybrid


The company
said for organizations considering cloud deployments, networks must be
cloud-optimized at every critical point because they will define the
application performance and the end-user experience within the cloud.


The company
added it uniquely delivers solutions that are capable of providing data
center-class capabilities across the entire network.


In addition to
showcasing its family of fabric-based solutions that enable
cloud-optimized networks, the company said it will deliver a theatre
presentation featuring Jonathan Hudson, global solutions architect.


Hudson will
discuss the different technologies needed for migrating virtual machines from
cloud to cloud, as well as the realities of what is available today and what is
really needed to address the challenge of permanent availability.


Cloud Connect
Santa Clara is a premier technology event for cloud computing. This year’s
event will feature the latest technologies, platforms, strategies and
innovations within cloud computing.


Recently, Brocade
announced software advancements to its ServerIron ADX Series of
cloud-optimized application delivery switches designed to help customers gain
greater application control and service scalability.


The new
Brocade OpenScript engine allows Brocade ADX customers to customize their
service delivery for improved scalability and performance.


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