CAPE TOWN – Managed IT services provider Troye is upbeat about next-generation networking solutions on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Citrix recently announced that Citrix SD-WAN and Citrix ADC will soon be available on GCP, enabling experience-driven application performance and delivery across modern networks.
This move enables companies to extend their networks to the cloud and deliver applications in an agile and scalable way that gives users access to the tools they need and prefer to use and perform at their best anywhere, anytime from any device.
Troye technical director Kurt Goodall says Citrix has simplified the process of delivering apps and ensuring they perform reliably. "By making networking solutions available on GCP, Citrix provides clients with more cloud options and a simple, efficient way to deploy SaaS and microservices-based apps that their staff need to be engaged and productive."
He says this will accelerate the client's journey to the cloud. "Application performance and delivery is all about experience and choice. Whether motivated by efficiency, agility, scalability or cost, companies are increasingly moving apps to the cloud."
Clients expect a consistent and reliable experience, regardless of where they are hosted. To help deliver it, Citrix will offer a virtual instance of its SD-WAN appliance on the GCP Marketplace.