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Riverbed Exhibits SD-WAN, Visibility Tech at AWS Public Sector Summit; Davis Johnson Comments

Davis Johnson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 14, 2017 — Riverbed Technology has showcased its software-defined wide area network and visibility platforms for the cloud at Amazon Web Services‘ (Nasdaq: AMZN) Public Sector Summit held this week in Washington, GovCon Executive reported Tuesday.

Included in Riverbed’s exhibit were the SteelConnect SD-WAN technology and the SteelCentral visibility suite’s AppInternals and Aternity components, Riverbed said Monday.

“To realize the vision of federal IT modernization and digital transformation, the underlying network infrastructure must evolve alongside innovations in application development and service delivery,” said Davis Johnson, vice president of Riverbed’s U.S. public sector business.

“[Agencies] need tools that enable them to easily predict performance constraints so prioritized investments can be made to avoid them.”

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