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Application Performance

Aryaka’s multi-tenant, cloud-based WAN Optimization-as-a-Service technology was designed from the ground up to accelerate applications across all enterprise locations. Aryaka has built a global network, with WAN Optimization technology deployed at each of its POPs and has layered a variety of application and network optimizing solutions on top of the private core network.

Global Connectivity

Aryaka’s worldwide network of distributed Points of Presence (POPs) are positioned close to end users anywhere in the world. Each POP is connected via our private core network to provide reliable enterprise-grade global connectivity. Enterprises can be up and running in minutes, not weeks or months.

Cloud Services Access

Aryaka’s global network of distributed POPs helps bring cloud services closer to end users. Combined with our WAN Optimization-as-a-Service technology, businesses enjoy LAN-like speeds when accessing cloud and SaaS applications from anywhere, and delivering them to anywhere, in the world.


Bandwidth Scaling

Aryaka’s WAN Optimization as-a-Service can help customers avoid over provisioning bandwidth. The service features two different technologies that help customers conserve bandwidth: memory-based compression and data de-duplication. Using the Aryaka optional device, this can be extended to the last mile.

Disaster Recovery

Aryaka helps customers by reducing the amount of data and the time required to transmit data between data centers and to cloud-based locations and services. Using compression, data deduplication, QoS and TCP Optimization, Aryaka provides substantial performance gains when replicating data globally, so customer remote sites will be ready to go if disaster hits.

Visibility

Aryaka offers its customers a web-based MyAryaka portal that delivers network-wide visibility of their entire optimized network. This portal provides a real-time view of customer’s network allowing them to instantly see their locations, links, applications, protocol and port-level statistics, network utilization and application performance.