Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Jul 21, 2015
This is a riverbed white paper explains how the flexibility and cost benefits of Internet connectivity lead to a hybrid network and provides best practices to overcoming the challenges introduced. This piece focuses on the ability to control such deployments at scale, and covers our application centric approach, covering our network services in depth (app groups, global policy management, QoS, Path selection, etc.)
Learn how to successfully extend your deployment of Group Policy to your servers by implementing end-to-end management of this pervasive technology, including advanced offline management and real-time monitoring of authorized and unauthorized changes.
In a recent Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) paper1, senior
analyst Mark Bowker listed several requirements and best
practices for building a private cloud. High levels of availability
and scalability, policy-based automation and application control,
workload portability, and unified visibility and management across
infrastructures and applications were all cited as desirable attributes.
Historically in the enterprise, Macs have been managed separately from iOS devices in separate consoles, sometimes by different groups within IT. Traditional domain-joined management posed several problems for today’s modern enterprise. Nowadays, managing Macs like mobile devices means they can be configured over the air, without ever having to be domain-joined. That’s a major plus for global organizations, remote workers and companies who use contractors or freelancers. Unifying parallel device environments enables streamlined oversight, management and distribution of content across Macs and iOS devices.
With AirWatch® Enterprise Mobility Management, IT can implement a BYOD program and policy for all device types, ensuring personal information remains private. IT has a consistent management experience for all device types and operating systems, enabling a single-pane-of-glass view of all endpoints in an enterprise.