Optimizing Enterprise Applications and Protocols (WAN310)

Course Description Schedule

Who should attend

This course is specifically designed for Riverbed® customers and resellers/partners involved in the administration of application servers, Active Directory, and of deployment of the Riverbed Steelhead™ product family in enterprise environments. For students who need to perform more basic operational support and reporting we recommend the course “WAN200 Optimization Essentials”, and/or Riverbed® University OnDemand Training.


  • Steelhead Appliance Deployment & Management training course
  • WAN200 Optimization Essentials course
  • Certification as a RCSA/RCSP or the equivalent knowledge

Course Objectives

This 5-day solution-focused class offers an in-depth experience to the Riverbed® Optimization System (RiOS®) with hands-on configuration of applications and protocols using the Steelhead™ Appliance and Central Management Console. This class provides common and advanced scenarios for layer 7 application acceleration of video, e-mail, HTTP, terminal service environments, and storage replication protocols, as well as describing the use of the Virtual Services Platform. The class also provides details on optimizing UDP and IPV6 traffic and ways to securely encrypt all types of optimized data.

Course Content

RiOS® Optimization Review

  • Data Streamlining
  • Application Streamlining
  • SDR modes of
  • operation
  • RiOS control and health
  • Central Management Console
  • Management and Monitoring®

Application Streamlining

  • Working with Windows Domains
  • File system protocols
  • Mail optimization
  • HTTP auto - config
  • Video stream splitting
  • Terminal Services

Transport Optimization

  • UDPand IPv6 Optimization
  • SSL and Secure Optimization


  • Business Continuity and DR
  • Virtual Services Platform
Classroom Training

Duration 5 days

Price (excl. tax)
  • Germany: US$ 5,000.-
Dates and Booking

Currently there are no training dates scheduled for this course. Training date request