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Webinar

Global Traffic Management at the Cloud Edge: Opportunities and Best Practices

Organizations are discovering new ways to innovate and operate by moving key network and security functions from the data center to cloud-based platforms. Global traffic management is no exception.

October 28, 2020 - 10AM PT | 1PM ET
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Organizations stand to improve application delivery performance and reliability, and better manage costs when they move global traffic management (GTM) functions off of monolithic data center systems and onto globally distributed edge locations. Global traffic management at the cloud edge can help organizations with:

  • Global server load balancing (GSLB) across hybrid environments
  • Performant blue-green deployments
  • Smooth migrations to software-defined load balancing
  • Secure access service edge (SASE) architectures
  • VPN optimization for remote workers and more

Join NS1 for a discussion on how DNS-based global traffic management is evolving to support today’s modern application environments, how organizations can take advantage of it, and what it takes to be successful.

Who should attend:

  • Infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders looking to reduce their data center hardware footprints and cost
  • Traffic teams, systems engineers and SREs solving for large-scale application delivery, performance, and reliability challenges
  • IT security leaders working to secure remote workers connecting to the internet and corporate networks

Presented By

  • Terry Bernstein
    Terry Bernstein

    Product Manager, NS1

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  • Danielle Russell
    Danielle Russell

    Director of Product Marketing Management, NS1

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Magnetic’s performance is now beating even the largest Internet advertising giants. We’ve decreased latency by 70 percent – and have the same number of servers. They’re just now deployed in a far more cost-effective, flexible and resilient infrastructure that isn’t locked into a single cloud provider.

James Marcus Vice President of Technical Operations, Magnetic