MOSS Global App Acceleration
If your business operates on a global scale, you may wonder how the speed of our hosted Microsoft® Office SharePoint Server solution stands up to the challenge.
Is MOSS Global Application Acceleration right for you?
Customers who need MOSS Global Application Acceleration need amazing global hop counts and SharePoint application acceleration to speed up their WAN environment.
Simply put, if you require MOSS 2007 Hosting that will consistently perform at top speeds for users across the globe, this is the answer for you.
When operating MOSS in a global environment, no matter how fast the private WAN environment is, you still have to transfer data across nations and overseas. Naturally, that takes some time. Whether you're moving large files on a regular basis or you need up-to-the-minute business critical data at your fingertips, our MOSS Global Application Acceleration options improve performance and lessen latency for remote users.
How does it work?
Fpweb.net utilizes two main types of hosted MOSS Application Acceleration: one for public facing MOSS sites and one for private MOSS intranet sites.
Public Facing MOSS Sites
In the public facing MOSS environment, users can be found anywhere: in their home, office or even an internet cafe. To accommodate their unpredictable location, Fpweb.net utilizes web acceleration servers located in data centers around the world. These servers maintain an up-to-date snapshot of your hosted MOSS site, thus allowing geographically dispersed Internet users to experience extreme speed and performance when interacting with your MOSS site. These users will simply access the site in a secure manner from the closest point on the accelerated network. By shortening the distance between the user and the MOSS site, Fpweb.net ensures optimized MOSS performance in any location.
MOSS Intranet Sites
In the private MOSS intranet environment, users are generally located in established branch offices, each with their own infrastructure. Web acceleration appliances are placed in each of these branch locations, as well as in Fpweb.net’s data centers where the primary MOSS server farm is housed. These appliances constantly replicate or cache the MOSS application data between one another, thus simulating a local MOSS environment in each of the branch offices. The MOSS site will perform as if it is being run on the branch office network rather than miles away over a standard internet connection.