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© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.Cisco Confidential58Windows Virtualization - Enabling Virtual On-Demand Service at the BranchWAAS VB has a PreExecution Environment (PXE) client that fetches the image from the Boot Server using standard PXE methodology PV driver delivers efficient hardware access to Physical NIC, that improves performancefor the custom applications requiring high network throughputPXEPXEPXEDHCP serverBoot serverTransfer image onceWANDevice picks up VB-hosted server image Automatically from boot serverCisco WAAS OSVirtualization Layer(PV-enabled)Custom application(Network I/O intensive)WAVE ApplianceDriverPV-awarePhysical NICDATAWAAS Service
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© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.Cisco Confidential61AgendaEnterprise Application Delivery ChallengesIntroducing Cisco Wide Area Application ServicesCisco WAAS Product ArchitectureApplication Specific Acceleration WAAS Express Virtual WAASNetwork-embedded virtualizationRemote Access Optimization with WAAS Mobile Management and WAE PlatformsWAAS Installation stepsSummaryQ&A
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© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.Cisco Confidential62Cisco WAAS Mobile ArchitecturePurpose Built for the Windows PC/LaptopDesigned for Mobile & Remote UsersOptimized for Diverse Challenged NetworksComplements WAAS Appliance as Complete Acceleration SolutionIndustry-leading PerformanceHighest performance over mobile and SOHO networksScalable, Fault Resilient, Manageable, InteroperableLowest TCOBest reliability, stability and troubleshooting tools reduce cost of supportCentralized policy based management reduces deployment and support costIntegration with software distribution tools reduces deployment costs3. Why It’s BetterWeb, File & App ServersCisco WAASMobile Server1. Client/Server Architecture2. What It Does• Installs on Windows Desktop• Accelerates Application Performance over Challenged Mobile or Remote ConnectionsWANCisco WAASMobile Client
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© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.Cisco Confidential64ApplicationAcceleration FeatureSupported Windows Client PlatformsApp. Protocol OptmizatonTransportOptmizatonDelta CompressionPersistent SessionsSignedSMBWindow 7 (64/32-bit)Vista (64/32-bit)XPWeb Browsing (HTTP)Secure Web Browsing (HTTPS)Windows File Shares (CIFS/SMB)Outlook/Exchange (MAPI)E-mail (POP3/SMTP)FTPOther Network ApplicatonsCisco WAAS Mobile Acceleration Matrix
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Cisco Confidential© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.65Cisco WAAS Mobile Networking:Deployment TopologyIntranetInternetRemote Access VPNApp Servers &StorageData CenterApp Servers& StorageData CenterCisco WAAS Mobile ClientCisco WAAS Mobile ServerCisco WAAS MobileServerMobile users connect through VPN aggregation point to multiple Cisco WAAS Mobile ServersSmall OfficeCisco WAAS Mobile ClientsWorkers in small offices may connect to multiple Cisco WAAS Mobile ServersSimultaneously accelerate traffic to applications hosted in multiple data centers
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