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101-01 Riverbed Certified Solutions Associate

Exam Title : Riverbed Certified Solutions Associate - WAN Optimization
Exam ID : 101-01
Exam Duration : 90 mins
Questions in test : 65
Passing Score : 60%
Official Training : WAN200 Optimization Essentials
Exam Center : Pearson VUE
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WAN Optimization Technology 15
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SteelHead Application Features 12
SteelHead Mobile Client 9
SteelHead CX 6
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Killexams : Riverbed Certified outline - BingNews Search results Killexams : Riverbed Certified outline - BingNews Killexams : Riverbed releases Chinese ship hidden for 160 years. Photos show the stunning cargo No result found, try new keyword!The 160-year-old merchant ship, Yangtze No. 2 Ancient Shipwreck, was salvaged from a riverbed, and cargo items were found onboard, photos show. Screengrab from Xi's Moments Facebook Salvage ... Tue, 22 Nov 2022 07:34:00 -0600 text/html Killexams : Riverbed Kicks Off Community Connect Initiative with ‘20 Days of Service’ in November; New Program Provides Up to Five Volunteer Days Off Annually

SAN FRANCISCO--()--Riverbed® today announced Riverbed Community Connect, a company-wide volunteer effort to deliver back to the communities where employees live and work across the world. This year, to celebrate the Company’s 20th anniversary, Riverbed employees will participate in volunteer projects spanning 20 days – starting November 10 and concluding on November 29, Giving Tuesday – providing over 2,000 hours of community service during that time. Riverbed Community Connect, launched earlier this year, encourages volunteering at non-profit organizations, providing employees with up to five volunteer days off annually.

LinkedIn: Riverbed kicks off Community Connect initiative with ‘20 Days of Service’ in November and program provides up to five volunteer days off annually:

“Since its founding in 2002, Riverbed has been deeply committed to community service and volunteer programs that make a positive impact on the world, on a global and local level,” said Dan Smoot, President and Chief Executive Officer of Riverbed. “It is with great pride that we launched the Community Connect initiative on the 20th anniversary of the Company to provide employees with up to five volunteer days annually to volunteer locally in their communities or anywhere around the world. In commemorating this milestone, Riverbed is launching ‘20 days of Service’ this month, where we’ll come together as a company to provide thousands of hours of community service, and make a meaningful difference for charitable organizations that help support people – including those underserved – our communities, and important causes.”

Riverbed Community Connect volunteers will participate in group projects in the following cities:

  • U.S.: San Francisco; Sunnyvale/San Jose; Bethesda, MD; New York City; Boston, MA; Reston, VA and Durham, NC
  • EMEA: Barcelona; London; Munich; Bracknell, UK; Cluj, Romania and Dubai, UAE​
  • APJ: Bangalore; Sydney

Additionally, many employees in smaller offices or working out of home offices are volunteering at local projects in their communities and virtually through several projects led by Goodera, an organization that matches employees to virtual volunteer opportunities.

During the Riverbed Community Connect initiative “20 Days of Service” in November to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Company, Riverbed will support these charitable organizations, as well as many others:

A Wider Circle (Silver Spring, MD)

Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corp. (NYC, NY)

Al Noor (Dubai, UAE)

Karunashraya (India)

Ananya Trust (India)

Manna Food Center (Gaithersburg, MD)

Anudip Foundation (India)

O Masa Calda (Cluj, Romania)

BADU, London (UK)

Ronald McDonald House Charities (California, USA)

Backpacks for VIC kids (Australia)

Sebastian's Action Trust (UK)

Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust (UK)

Second Harvest Food Bank (San Jose, CA)

Civic Support (Cluj, Romania)

SF Marin Food Bank (San Francisco, CA)

Contra Costa Food Bank (Concord, CA)

The Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust (South Africa)

Cornerstones (Reston, VA)

Ted Noffs Foundation (Australia)


The Wish Project (North Chelmsford, MA)

Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, (Durham, NC)


Over the past 20 years Riverbed has evolved into a company that is proven yet agile and trusted by thousands of partners, and market-leading customers globally – including 95% of the FORTUNE 100. Riverbed is focused on helping to make a difference and drive real impact for organizations, as they accelerate their digital strategies, and deliver seamless, secure digital experiences to users everywhere. As we enter the season of giving, Riverbed is giving employees an opportunity to make a difference in the communities we live and work in and deepening our partnerships with charities globally while organizing new volunteer efforts.

About Riverbed

Riverbed is the only company with the collective richness of telemetry from network to app to end user, that illuminates and then accelerates every interaction, so organizations can deliver a seamless digital experience and drive enterprise performance. Riverbed offers two industry-leading portfolios: Alluvio by Riverbed, a differentiated Unified Observability portfolio that unifies data, insights, and actions across IT, so customers can deliver seamless, secure digital experiences; and Riverbed Acceleration, providing fast, agile, secure acceleration of any app, over any network, to users anywhere. Together with our thousands of partners, and market-leading customers globally – including 95% of the FORTUNE 100 – we empower every click, every digital experience. Riverbed. Empower the Experience. Learn more at

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Killexams : Body found near LA Riverbed in Long Beach

Authorities are investigating the discovery of a body near the Los Angeles Riverbed in Long Beach. 

The body was discovered at around 6:20 a.m. near the riverbed and Pacific Coast Highway, according to Long Beach Police Department. 

The circumstances surrounding the incident were not immediately clear. 

Police did not disclose the gender or identity of the deceased person. 

As investigators surveyed the scene, they directed traffic away from the area. 

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Killexams : One dead, 4 missing after floods sweep people into riverbed, California rescuers say No result found, try new keyword!Four people are missing and one is dead after a massive flood swept them into a riverbed in California, authorities said. At around 9:45 a.m. on Nov. 8, the Ontario Fire Department received ... Thu, 10 Nov 2022 03:08:00 -0600 text/html Killexams : Riverbed Promotes Charbel Khneisser to Vice President, Solutions Engineering for EMEA

(MENAFN- Procre8) Riverbed has promoted Charbel Khneisser to the position of Vice President, Solutions Engineering for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Khneisser who previously served as the company’s Regional Director, Technical Sales for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) region now sees his role expand with a significant focus on strategic planning, cross-functional alignment, best-practice development and sharing, and empowering the company’s regional Solution Engineering teams. With his vast technical expertise and years of experience as a trusted industry commentator, he will also serve as the company’s primary technology evangelist in the EMEA.

Khneisser reports to Elie Dib, Senior Vice President, EMEA, at Riverbed. “Following our vision and brand launch earlier this year, Riverbed is primed for a new phase of sustained growth,” said Dib. “Our two industry-leading portfolios – Alluvio Unified Observability and Riverbed Acceleration – arm organisations with the solutions they need to thrive in the digital world. Charbel has a wealth of hands-on expertise, competitor knowledge and industry influencing skills, and I’m excited to see him bring his enthusiasm, energy, and strong skillset to this new role. I have worked closely with him for many years, and I’m confident he is the ideal candidate to lead our technical teams and evangelise the market around the unique value proposition that we bring to our industry.”

In addition to leading the Riverbed EMEA solutions engineering teams, Khneisser will closely engage with key regional enterprise customers and partners to understand their business strategies, objectives, and challenges and address these through the implementation of appropriate solutions from the company’s Unified Observability and Acceleration portfolios. By working closely with customers and partners, he will look to optimise feedback collection, and guide further product feature enhancements. With Riverbed’s solutions being fundamental to the broader technology ecosystem of the modern, hybrid enterprise, Khneisser will also collaborate closely with the company’s Technology Alliance partners to create tailored solutions that drive the overall value for customers.

Khneisser is a technology industry veteran with over 18 years’ experience, having served half of his tenure in various technical and leadership roles at Riverbed. Commenting on his promotion, Khneisser said, “I’m excited to take on the added responsibilities that enable me to play to my strengths in technical advisory, team leadership, customer engagement, and solution delivery, as I look to empower our customers in EMEA to unlock the full potential of our solutions. During my career, I have worked for enterprises – in both the public and financial services sectors – as well as in Value Added Distributors, Consultancy firms and technology vendor organisations. This first-hand experience has given me a comprehensive understanding of the entire value chain which I will leverage to ensure optimal outcomes for our customers.”


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Killexams : ‘Riverbed’: Cairo Review


Dir. Bassem Breche. Lebanon, Qatar. 2022. 78 mins.

Bassem Breche’s feature directorial debut, previously titled The Maiden’s Pond, is ostensibly about a mother and daughter in a small Lebanese village and is a film which relies heavily on natural beauty, atmospherics and mood to carry a slim story through. (Even that description perhaps over-sells the narrative, as the daughter only arrives at the 40-minute mark, and very few words are exchanged throughout). A talented visualist, Breche has impressed with a series of short films – his first, Both, premiered at Cannes Critics Week in 2007 – and Riverbed is replete with imagery to treasure, apart from being a masterclass on how to turn a central venue from a haven into a prison and back again fusing space and light. However, it lacks the energy and connection to take it from short-film terrain into fully-fledged narrative that might be of wider appeal.

Breche’s feature debut wants to speak to the audience in images

Premiering in Cairo in the Arab Competition, the introspective Riverbed will find fans in the more rarefied end of festival programming, and may well travel that circuit, although other exposure is less easy to predict. It’s certainly an enigmatic piece from its very first moments, setting out its stall for what is to come with light filtering through the blinds of a bedroom in a villa, slowly making out the shape of the main character, Salma (Carole Abood) as she rises to face another day.

This is a film which uses mirrors, and the back of Salma’s head, extensively — one key shot is a complicated double-reflection – and is careful with its placement of the horizon, frames, slats and diagonals. A rear shot watches her looking out to the terraces from her balcony, for example, but later exteriors will show this grand-looking house is a little less elegant than it originally appears. Salma seems to run some sort of business from her front room, but Breche isn’t too concerned with explaining her life. She gets changed into a tracksuit to go for a walk, gets changed again and goes for a drive with her married lover Waheeb (Rabih El Zaher); although they don’t talk much, she seems happy.

Time passes. She goes to a Tupperware party, and walks out. Masturbates. Net curtains float around her house, and two peculiar women seem to follow her around — perhaps looking for gossip about Waheeb. Someone who owes her money talks about a sniper, and there’s the occasional sound of gunshot as Salma and Waheeb sit on rocks looking at a majestic waterfall. He says he doesn’t want to cause a scandal. She tells him they shouldn’t see each other any more. 

When he daughter Thuraya (Omaya Maleaeb) arrives, Riverbed’s palette suddenly darkens. We see cracks on the walls of Salma’s breeze block house. Thuraya doesn’t talk to her mother very much, but we can ascertain that she has left her husband, is pregnant, and doesn’t want the baby.

Credit goes to the technical team for the visual realisation, although editing by Rana Sabbagha seems to further obscure something which is already hard to penetrate. Breche’s feature debut wants to speak to the audience in images, narrowing its scope as it goes along until nature is all that is left as this mother and daughter tentatively approach each other through trauma.

Production companies: The Attic Productions, Metaphora

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Producers: Jana Wehbe

Screenplay: Ghassan Salhab, Bassem Breche

Cinematography: Nadim Saoma

Production design: Wael Boutros

Editing: Rana Sabbagha

Music: Sharif Sehnaoui

Main cast: Carole Abood, Omaya Maleaeb, Rabih El Zaher

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Killexams : Bassem Breche Creates Controversy in Egypt With Mother-Daughter Melodrama ‘Riverbed’

Bassem Breche raised controversy with his maternal melodrama “Riverbed” following its world premiere at Cairo Film Festival.

The story, a Lebanon and Qatar production shown in the Horizons of Arab Cinema section, sees a mother (Carole Abboud) and her pregnant daughter (Omaya Malaaeb) reunite under dramatic circumstances.

While it picked up multiple gongs at the fest, including one for Abboud’s performance and a special jury award, it also ruffled some feathers, mostly due to its depictions of female sexuality and abortion.

“During a Q&A at the festival, the conversation ended up focusing entirely on abortion. It was tough for me. I wasn’t expecting that,” Breche tells Variety after the ceremony.

“I don’t think anyone sets out to make ‘controversial’ films. I just have so many questions about families in general, I am interested in them. In the film, I am not wondering if abortion is halal or haram [lawful or unlawful according to the Quran]. This character is a woman who makes a decision about her body,” he notes.

“What happened between these two in the past was serious and maybe irreparable. So how can they reconnect? First, her mother gave her life. Now, she is helping her go through that [ordeal]. I thought that’s the only way for them to find one another again: through blood, birth and death.”

Breche’s take on his protagonists’ complicated, broken relationship also shocked the local audience.

“When they first see each other, I wanted it to be clear that something was wrong,” he states.

“People accused me of [disrespecting] the sanctity of motherhood. They would say: ‘This is not true, relationships between mothers and daughters are the best in the world.’ I asked: ‘How do you know that?’ ‘From films and series.’ Well, that’s not real life.”

“I don’t want to generalize, but according to what I have seen, these relationships aren’t always so perfect. We should be ready to admit it. I knew I wanted to pay homage to my own mother, but not just as my mother. Why do you always have to be something when you are a woman? A mother, a wife? When I look at them, I see two women.”

Breche grew up surrounded by them, he explains. In his film – lensed by Nadim Saoma – men are not only absent, with fleeting exceptions. They are barely mentioned.

“I really wanted to revisit that time in my life and that’s how I remember it: There were only women. And me,” he says.

“I started writing in 2015 so I have been thinking about it for a very long time. It was all about loneliness and womanhood, with both of them constantly clashing in my mind.”

As well as the silence, which permeates the entire story.

“I am a screenwriter too and I write all these shows with loads and loads of dialogue. In this film, I wanted to see what happens if you take it all out. It gave me space to go somewhere else. With the image, the sound, with my actors,” he says.

“It wasn’t just a cinematic choice, however. This area where we filmed is populated mostly by Druze [the religious and ethnic group], and they don’t speak very much. They chit-chat, but they don’t tell you how they are or how they feel. They keep everything inside. I come from that area too, I was born there and left. Now, I am coming back. To this quiet place.”

He thought a lot about melodrama master Douglas Sirk when making the film, he says, admitting he wanted Abboud to become an “Anna Magnani-like figure.” While also keeping in mind some modern issues and questions about representation.

“I really believe that as a man, especially now, you really should sit back and be quiet. Try your best not to ‘mansplain’ everything and just listen to women. This is where I stand and this is where I wanted to be in the film,” he says.

“There are so many details and feelings I can’t access [as a man], but I embraced that distance. It’s my point of view, still. I am always in the film: I am watching them. I am not with them, though. I took a step back: as a man and as a director.”

“Riverbed” was produced by Jana Wehbe, with The Attic Productions and Metaphora attached. Ghassan Salhab co-wrote the script.

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