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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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Upgrades to network infrastructure top agenda item for IT in 2019

Report: Upgrades to network infrastructure top agenda item for IT in 2019
April 26, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology

The 2019 State of IT Report from Spiceworks is out, and, as we could’ve predicted, upgrading outdated network infrastructure is the leading enterprise IT investment for the next year among leaders surveyed. Eighty-nine percent of those polled (which included IT execs across North America and Europe) expect their IT budgets to grow over the next
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Streaming sports nabs more viewers (and network capacity) in 2019
April 19, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

In an age when “appointment television” is a nearly-dead concept (outside of Game of Thrones at least), people still go out of their way to make sure they catch their favorite team or player live. We’ve seen it firsthand here at AppNeta. Take the latest Masters Tournament: Ahead of Tiger Woods taking home his first
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AppNeta on the Road: Industry luncheon on Cloud Visibility in Toronto
April 9, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Company News, Industry Insights

Last week, the AppNeta team took to the Great White North to host an industry luncheon and panel in Toronto, looking at the challenges of network management as cloud takes on a bigger role in the enterprise space. Moderated by our own Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards, the panel also included John Menezes, President &
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Intent-based networking vs. SD-WAN: What’s the difference, and why it matters
April 5, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Buckle up, IT pros, and move over SDN: Intent-based networking (IBN) is the latest approach to network management that’s buzzing in the enterprise space. While this acronym may not be as familiar as others that have come to define IT ops and digital transformation (think SD-WAN and SaaS), it’s not actually an entirely new approach.
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Meeting talent on their turf: Tech companies embrace the remote office
April 1, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

For years, the center of gravity within the tech sector has been squarely located in Silicon Valley, the storied West Coast home of Apple, Alphabet, and pretty much every other tech behemoth you can imagine (with a few notable exceptions like Amazon). As a result, tech workers have notoriously fled competing job markets in the
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Report: Legacy network monitoring tools don’t cut it in the cloud
March 26, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

A new report from EMA, a leading IT and data management research group, found that roughly 75 percent of network managers polled think their network performance monitoring (NPM) tools are “insufficient” when it comes to the public cloud. Barely a quarter of those polled believe the tools they currently use fully address their monitoring needs
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What is IPv6, and why isn’t your network using it yet?
March 21, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

IPv4, the previous and still prevalent generation of the Internet Protocol, was designed to support roughly 4.3 billion devices. While this was plenty of capacity for the connected world of 1980, it’s tiny by 2019 standards. While it’s not yet true that every one of the planet’s 7 billion people is armed with their own
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Rethinking your “game plan” for network monitoring
March 15, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Enterprise IT and network ops teams may not appear to have much in common with the names on your NCAA March Madness bracket. But in both arenas, teams need to be masters of strategy, cooperation, and fast thinking in order to succeed. That’s because just like college basketball, network monitoring and management requires having both
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The World Wide Web turns 30: A look back at the good, bad and the ugly
March 13, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

The World Wide Web turned 30 years old this month, and like any Millennial entering their third decade, there were plenty of cringeworthy moments along the way. While the growth of widespread connectivity has undoubtedly helped change our day-to-day reality since it was invented in 1989, even the Web’s “parents” are uneasy about some of
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