Traffic Shaping - Orchestrating Network Performance with GBH Cloud Shape
Traffic shaping solutions that enable customer-aware orchestration of optimal network performance across the entire life cycle and across all domains of the network
GBH Cloud Shape automatically maximizes application performance over the WAN by uniquely integrating the capabilities that IT needs to holistically orchestrate business application performance for every user, regardless of the IT complexity (number of applications, number of sites, telecom providers, number of users, etc.): Application Visibility & Control, dynamic Hybrid WAN, WAN security and WAN optimization.
GBH Cloud Shape is objective-based, which enables CIOs to set application performance objectives in line with the enterprise business priorities and objectives. It combines in-depth flow visibility together with sophisticated control algorithms down to the flow level to enforce SLA compliance. START YOUR 30-DAY TRIAL.
Traffic Shaping maximizes bandwidth usage by automatically directing every single flow to the link that best matches flow business-criticality with real-time conditions of all available WAN links (MPLS, Internet, wireless, etc.), regardless of the application hosting model: private datacenter, hosted datacenter, private cloud, or SaaS.
Dynamically adjust network behavior and resources to address application traffic demand, guaranteeing critical application performance in complex and changing traffic situations
Gain complete visibility and understanding of application usage and performance across the global network
Dynamic WAN Selection
Select, in real-time, the best path according to actual performance and application traffic characteristics for Hybrid Networks
Actionable performance insights across the entire application delivery chain accelerate problem resolution, before users are impacted
Achieving optimal user experience is a key facet of successful business performance. Enterprises need all employees to benefit from the best quality of experience (QoE) on all business-critical applications in order to succeed.
Some of those applications include SAP, Oracle or MS Dynamics for daily ERPs operations, as well as VoIP or Skype for Business for communication and employee collaboration, including with external providers and customers. Other critical applications include office tools and Web applications to share and print corporate documents that are stored in the cloud. Therefore, understanding the performance of both network devices on the service chain – such as routers, switches and firewalls – and application elements – including software codes, servers and data centers – is key to delivering high QoE.