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The challenges of Cloud and Digital Transformation at ONUG Spring 2019
May 14, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

Last week, the AppNeta team traveled down to Dallas for ONUG Spring 2019, where we met with other leaders in the enterprise networking space to discuss the challenges and solutions organizations face as they put connected technologies front-and-center. The agenda for the event zeroed in on Digital Transformation in particular, which, as a concept, can
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IN PRACTICE: Pinpointing Cause of Point of Sale App Latency
July 11, 2018 by

Industry Insights, Performance Monitoring, Use Case

IN PRACTICE | This article is part of a series of posts sharing examples of how AppNeta users have leveraged the service to solve performance problems. What Problem Was the Customer Attempting to Solve? In retail, slow performance in Point of Sale (POS) applications has an immediate impact. When numerous complaints came in regarding overall
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AppNeta Performance Manager finds MPLS issues

Proving MPLS Issues With AppNeta’s Monitoring Technology
February 22, 2018 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

As part of the sales engineering team here at AppNeta, I see a lot of enterprise networks in action. We solved one interesting mystery recently. I was working with a customer on a proof of concept for our monitoring solution (AppNeta Performance Manager). On February 6, they were unable to attend a call we had
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Testing the new public #SFWiFi with PathTest
October 20, 2014 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

The City of San Francisco recently launched free #SFWiFi service in 32 of the city’s public spaces thanks to a grant from Google. Coincidentally, the day it launched, I made a move from Boston to San Francisco and found a handful of these spaces to be close to my new neighborhood. I set out with
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Suddenly I can see…everything in my network path
October 1, 2013 by

Networking Technology

“Why monitor a path and not just the device?” It’s a great question that I routinely get asked when talking about our technology on demonstrations, and it just so happens that I had a good chance to conduct a little experiment outside of a normal work environment during my recent trip to our nation’s capital
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