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Friday, Jun. 12, 2020 | 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM UTC+2:00
For businesses looking to expand globally, Alibaba Cloud Global Accelerator provides the solution for organizations and institutions to quickly build a platform that features a seamless and easy-to-use experience.
Global Accelerator is a network acceleration service, benefiting from the high-quality bandwidth and global transmission networks that are provided by Alibaba Cloud. The solution enables nearby access to the Internet and cross-region deployment of applications, improving the user experience of Internet services.
In this webinar, our solution architect Edwin Polycarpe will show you how Global Accelerator can provide network acceleration service for your Internet-facing application globally.
Léon Rodenburg, current Alibaba Cloud MVP from the Netherlands, will show you how Global Accelerator is used in practice. He will deploy an application in Europe and use Global Accelerator to speed up access from Mainland China, thereby improving the browsing experience for Chinese users significantly.
Solutions Architect, Alibaba Cloud
Edwin Polycarpe currently works as Solution Architect at Alibaba Cloud where he helps partners and clients of all sizes to migrate or build their Cloud solutions. He has helped large companies to implement cross-border solutions to quickly extend the Asian market.
Software Development Consultant at Xebia, Alibaba Cloud MVP
Software development consultant at Xebia in The Netherlands, with a background in Computer Science and Chinese linguistics. Lover of cloud-native software engineering and serverless enthusiast. Alibaba Cloud MVP and organizer of the Alibaba Cloud Meetup in Amsterdam.
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