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What is this Stingray Traffic Manager, anyway? (Part 3)

Posted by riverbedtest on November 14, 2011

In the third installment of our introduction to the Stingray Traffic Manager, developer Alex Gosse discusses how STM can be used to balance web site load between multiple physical locations, regardless of how far apart they are.


 

As we go through this multi-part series, if you have questions or want specific information about Stingray Trafffic Manager (or any other Riverbed products), please ask your questions in the comments, and we'll respond there.

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What is this Stingray Traffic Manager, anyway? (Part 2)

Posted by bobegilbert on November 10, 2011

In this, our second in a series of videos on the Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager, Developer Alex Gosse talks about its ability to both balance traffic and monitor traffic loads per service or per user.


 

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