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PathView Technology Worldwide…
August 18, 2009 by

Company News

We are excited to announce Apparent Networks’ first European partnership! The PathView Reseller Program has officially expanded to the UK where we will be working with Kenson Network Engineering.  Kenson Network Engineering, Ltd, is a global provider of voice and data network solutions ranging from individual point solutions to enterprise-wide systems. Kenson is widely recognized
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Fix it Now Profile: Network Problem #1
August 6, 2009 by

Performance Monitoring

    Name and Job title: Jack Turek,  IT Network manager Company: Fletcher-Thompson, Inc. Architecture and Engineering design firm http://www.fletcherthompson.com Network Problem: As the network manager for a fast paced architecture and engineering firm, Jack is managing a system with five locations stretching the east coast from Florida to Connecticut. Unfortunately Jack didn’t have the capability
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Roll Out the Easy Button
May 4, 2009 by

Company News

We’re announcing today the general availability of PathView, and in the process we are rolling out the “easy button” for IT pros, network managers and others who want to deploy a simple solution for managing their network performance. PathView is easy to buy. All you need is a credit card and an Internet browser. You
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A New Era for Delivering Technology Value
April 29, 2009 by

Company News

Something is definitely changing.  The economy?  The world of technology sales? Or maybe just our piece of it? Apparent Networks is entering a new phase, and we are now embracing a change that seems to be transforming the market.

Make your Cloud Stand Out
April 23, 2009 by

Industry Insights

Last weekend at a family get together I was filling my role as the in-family IT guy by explaining Cloud-based business services to some family members. They were moderately interested until I pointed out that by using all of these Internet-based services like SalesForce.com and Gmail, they are already “in the cloud”. This begs the
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Retire Your Network Diagrams

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Retire network diagrams, you say?  How will you know where the servers are? What about the network connecting everything together? Isn’t this stuff important? Yes, absolutely! All of the above is important, but the details are becoming increasingly less important to you. Network diagrams are a great for documenting the details of all the pieces
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Latest IPv6 RFC from IETF

Industry Insights

The Internet Engineering Task Force, the body responsible for defining most IP-related standards, has been making a concerted effort of late to promote the transition to IPv6.  They have developed Best Practices, staged IPv6-only events for media profile, and developed subsequent RFCs (standards) that help make IPv6 easier to adopt. The latest RFC to be
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IPv6: What’s in it for Google?
April 7, 2009 by

Industry Insights

If the arrival of IPv6 can be likened to “climate change for networks”, then Google has become the corporate incarnation of “Al Gore for the Internet”.  Not only does the search engine giant have an apparent interest in furthering the adoption of IPv6, but it has taken steps to make sure everyone else does too.
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Layers, Encapsulation & Path
March 31, 2009 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

While building AppCritical Version 3.6, our development team had many spirited discussions about the underpinnings of networked services and applications. Services delivered over a network have been around since…well, since before the Internet. This isn’t a history lesson so we can skip the details. What’s important is that this model of computing and communications has
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Regional Cloud Innovation
March 30, 2009 by

Company News

Scott Kirsner recently wrote a great Boston Sunday Globe story and related blog post on the innovation coming out of the Boston area relating to cloud computing. There’s no question that cloud computing is having a dramatic impact on the way we think about networks and how all of us will use them going forward.
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