Constellix Publishes ITO (Internet Traffic Optimization) eBook

Constellix, the world leader in ITO solutions, has published a new eBook that explains the benefits of implementing ITO for traffic management.

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Constellix Publishes ITO (Internet Traffic Optimization) eBook

August 9, 2016

Constellix, the world leader in ITO solutions, has published a new eBook that explains the benefits of implementing ITO for traffic management.

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The Constellix traffic management suite announces that it has released a new eBook about ITO, or Internet Traffic Optimization services. The free eBook explains how the traffic management industry is evolving, which has created new demands for system administrators. ITOS is a new generation of traffic management, engineered to deliver the best all-around performance for cloud-based systems.

“Built-in integration is the core of an effective ITO solution. Constellix is proud to serve as the prime example of how ITO can revolutionize routing with advanced analytics and intelligent automated routing capabilities,” says President of Constellix Steven Job.

The ITO industry is rapidly growing due to customer demands for integrated traffic routing with monitoring tools. The ITO industry is currently valued at upwards of $80 million as of 2016. The same study anticipates that these numbers will more than triple by 2020, reaching $350 million in worth. The increase in demand is expected to result from the recent massive push to migrate infrastructure and services to the cloud, and the consistently growing need for optimized network performance.The new eBook from Constellix seeks to outline the benefits of using an ITO solution and guide admins through the process of selecting an ITO provider. The network engineers from Constellix have also weighed in on how ITO platforms differ from traditional management services. Such services only provide basic tools to optimize one or two areas of an organization’s Internet performance map.

“ITO solutions, like Constellix, continue to deliver greater performance metrics than traditional performance management platforms,” says Job, “because Constellix provides the tools to optimize businesses’ entire Internet constellation.”

The synergy created by all of these integrated services allows Constellix to overcome blind spots that plague traditional platforms.Traditional platforms are also hindered because they lack the necessary integrated functionality that has led to ITOS’ success. Administrators who use traditional services will often have to use multiple services from different providers, in order to monitor, analyze and route their traffic. However, this can create even more issues, because using many different services can lead to increased costs and require significantly more time.About ConstellixConstellix is a subsidiary of Tiggee LLC, the creators of DNS Made Easy, and the industry leader in providing IP Anycast enterprise DNS services. Constellix is an Internet Traffic Optimization Services (ITO) company and trailblazer in next-generation traffic management solutions. The Constellix GeoDNS platform offers the most powerful and precise DNS query management, engineered for the cloud. The platform is fully integrated with Constellix Sonar, which offers a range of advanced monitoring features and intelligent analytics tools.

ITO, traffic management
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