June 28, 2022
Riverbed Technology has been helping federal information technology professionals get a grip on their networks for years. They are well known for Wide Area Network monitoring systems. They have a new offering to assist in today’s multi cloud environment.
As everyone reading this knows, COVID has drastically increased remote work, so it has gotten difficult to understand exactly who is on your federal network. Combine that with cheap storage and proliferation of edge devices, and you have masses and masses of data to worry about. We get to use the term “zettabyte” to describe the amazing amount.
So, you may be in a situation where you have many access points on your network and are making a transition to the hybrid cloud. You may have gone from five hundred cloud services to 5,000 cloud services. However, your opps budget and your opps tools have not changed. Your staff has remained the same as well.
One way to get a handle on managing the “mess” is to look at offerings that give you visibility on your network. Chances are you have Riverbed Technologies products on your network already. Why not learn about Riverbed’s new offering, Alluvio, to see if you can leverage existing equipment to help automate monitoring the complex new systems you are facing.
During the interview, Craig McCullough talks about how Alluvio developed and how federal leaders can take advantage of its power to help reach the goals of digital transformation and zero trust.
If you enjoyed this podcast, you may want to listen to episode #12 Protecting Federal Data
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