CloudGenix Attends Interop ITX 2017, Showcases Industry's Only Application-Defined SD-WAN Solution

Conference Session Presented by Tech Leader at Global Medical Devices Manufacturing Company Details Experience with the CloudGenix Application-Defined Fabric

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - May 10, 2017) - CloudGenix, Inc., the software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) leader, today announced it will attend Interop ITX, held May 15-19 in Las Vegas. In Booth No. 244, CloudGenix will highlight its Instant-On Networks (ION) product family and its application-defined fabric, which allow enterprises to build a radically simplified, cloud-first network built on business intent and application reachability.

CloudGenix will also host a session titled "The Business Impact of SD-WANs: A Customer Perspective" on Wednesday, May 17. Led by a CloudGenix customer at a publicly traded nearly $10B global medical devices manufacturing company, the session will detail how the organization made the decision to deploy CloudGenix SD-WAN, and how doing so has transformed not only the company's networking experience, including visibility and analytics, but has also improved application security and performance.

Interop ITX brings together technology leaders, IT professionals, industry experts and the InformationWeek editorial team to discuss technologies and platforms important to today's IT organizations. The conference offers tracks covering the full IT stack, from security to infrastructure to cloud to DevOps and more. At Interop, CloudGenix has the ideal platform to showcase ION, the first and only application-defined SD-WAN solution that is designed for the needs of modern applications, including SaaS- and cloud-based apps such as Office365, AWS, Azure, Unified Communications and VoIP. With CloudGenix ION, network managers can set up business rules and app-SLAs rather than working with arcane networking protocols. Network performance is evaluated based on app criteria rather than reachability, and network configurations are reduced by 90 percent. And, with ION, the network acts as a centralized database, storing 100 percent of network and app flows, reducing fragmentation across devices, and providing access to application and network insights. Interop attendees can see CloudGenix ION in action at Booth No. 244.

"Companies today must have a networking model in place that supports the demands of the modern business," said Kumar Ramachandran, CEO of CloudGenix. "With its unique application-defined fabric, CloudGenix SD-WAN delivers a simple, cost-effective and high-performance networking solution that transforms businesses, while legacy networking models slip into obsolescence."

WHAT: CloudGenix at Interop ITX 2017
WHEN: Monday, May 15 through Friday, May 19
WHERE: Booth No. 244
  Interop ITX 2017
  MGM Grand
  Las Vegas

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About CloudGenix
CloudGenix ( is the software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) leader, revolutionizing networking by transforming legacy WANs into a radically simplified, secure, application-defined fabric and virtualizing heterogeneous underlying transports into a unified hybrid WAN. Enabling application-specific, service-level agreements (SLAs), CloudGenix controls network application performance based upon application-performance SLAs and business priority. CloudGenix ION (Instant-On Network) radically simplifies how WANs are designed and managed, enabling customers to build "networks without networking," and achieve more than twice the performance at less than half the cost -- leading to a much faster time-to-value once deployed -- and extending data center-class security to the network edge. Founded in 2013 by a team that has previously delivered industry-leading products in networking, SDN, cloud, security and web-scale applications, CloudGenix serves world-class financial services, legal, retail and technology organizations. The company is backed by Bain Capital Ventures, Charles River Ventures and the Mayfield Fund and has headquarters in San Jose, California.

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