Riverbed announces customisable infrastructure

Riverbed announces customisable infrastructure

Vendor launches new 'Splash' community to enable collaboration

Riverbed has announced the launch of a set of new programmable infrastructure capabilities to allow IT operators to create custom rules and views tailored to the company's specific needs. “We encounter customers all the time whose needs are specific to their business and their infrastructure,” says Eric Wolford, president of Riverbed Products Group.  “Today, we are giving customers the ability to uniquely accelerate their business in a way that has never before been possible.” The company says that core to these capabilities are new developer tools, called FlyScript, that enable integration and automation within the Riverbed performance platform, as well as with third-party tools and customers’ proprietary software. Riverbed is also inviting developers, programmers and operators to join Riverbed Splash, a new online community where customers can learn more about using FlyScript to get better performance, control, and scale for their applications. It also features best practices regarding configuring, deploying, and managing Riverbed products. “In an effort to create a more dynamic and responsive IT environment, organisations are increasingly deploying new virtualisation technologies and software-defined architectures. To extract the full value of these flexible environments, IT is also exploring how to customise and program these environments to best serve the unique needs of their business,” said Bob Laliberte at Enterprise Strategy Group. “Riverbed’s FlyScript developer tool kit enables IT to quickly create programmable infrastructures without requiring extensive training or experience, and accelerates the time to deploy a customised solution.”

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