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During Apple’s most recent Time Flies event, rather than unveiling a new series of iPhones (as many had predicted), the tech giant instead announced a suite of service bundles that could cement Apple’s popularity (and ubiquity) for years to come. Called Apple One, the service bundles are designed to get users who already leverage one or more of the company’s...

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Tags: Office 365, Microsoft AWS, APM, NPMD, NPM, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, application performance monitoring, application monitoring, applications, apps, apple as a service, software as a service, saas, apple one, apple

How can enterprise IT teams ensure end-user performance when workers are accessing their apps from home? Solving this problem is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the litany of last-minute challenges thrown at enterprise IT lately. The crux of this challenge is that enterprise teams don’t own or control the “last mile” connections that most (if...

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Tags: application monitoring, WFH, workforce trends, work from home, wfh, remote users, remote workers, remote work, network management, network performance monitoring, network performance, performance metrics, performance data, KPIs, KPI, key performance indicators

It goes without saying that there have been plenty of events over the past few weeks that many people never expected to witness, from entire cities (and countries) social distancing to help “flatten the curve” to unforeseen business partnerships sprouting up to help speed up aid. One such “once in a blue moon” event took the tech space by surprise...

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Tags: enterprise IT, enterprise network, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, application monitoring, application, apps, app, iOs, android, Apple, Google, smartphone

It’s no secret that cloud and SaaS apps are fundamentally changing the game for enterprise IT. While these teams used to own and control the bulk of their hardware-based, legacy workflows, the move to the cloud has empowered IT to offload a lot of their hardware altogether. Best of all, SaaS apps can be launched “as-a-service” in just a few...

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Tags: enterprise, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, network monitoring, network performance monitoring, application performance monitoring, application monitoring, apps, applications, software as a service, software, saas, cloud computing, network performance monitoring

Just like our enterprise clients, we leverage AppNeta Performance Manager internally to monitor our private cloud deployment, giving our corporate IT team the visibility they need to get to the bottom of issues impacting our own network environments. Recently, our Director of IT, Jason Hislop, was able to leverage our solution to identify an instance of jitter that had the...

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Tags: application assurance, application monitoring, information technology, enterprise IT, network performance management, network management, AppNeta, network performance monitoring

Tackling the New World of Internet of Things Management
by Joe Michalowski on

For a long time, the Internet of Things (IoT) was considered over-hyped. The promises of widespread data collection, transmission and analysis all sounded pretty great, and business leaders across all functions were ready to buy in. But as we enter 2018, IoT is actually here. Deployments have become practical enough to warrant the rise of a new multi-billion-dollar product segment—IoT...

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Tags: application monitoring, IoT, IoT management

Too many software alerts can cause IT teams a lot of annoyance. Though they’re designed to be useful and prevent bigger problems, alerts from multiple systems can easily overload IT inboxes. We hear from customers that they want to use alerting more proactively, rather than continually just reacting to alerts that aren’t all urgent or even necessary. Alert chatter happens...

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Tags: alerts, application monitoring, AppNeta Performance Manager, network monitoring

SaaS Application Monitoring: Seeing the Forest and the Trees
by Christine Cignoli on

Software as a service (SaaS) tools and applications are now ubiquitous. Research firm Forrester puts it simply: “If you aren’t using SaaS broadly, you’re falling behind.” Why? Because data shows that SaaS “is increasingly the foundation for business opportunities.” Sounds like the perfect solution. But SaaS comes with a unique challenge: The rapid rise of on-demand software services has created...

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Tags: application monitoring, cloud applications, SaaS applications

SD-WAN Monitoring: The Context Conundrum
by Christine Cignoli on

Software-defined architecture is the next big thing for networks, allowing companies to shift away from costly, inflexible hardware to more agile and adaptable solutions. Consider software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN), which some experts see as the natural replacement of multi-protocol label-switching (MPLS) solutions currently in use. There’s some justification for this position, since SD-WAN offers reduced costs and greater flexibility....

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Tags: application monitoring, MPLS, SD WAN monitoring

 It’s conventional wisdom that nothing worthwhile in life comes cheap and easy. With regards to unified communications and collaboration, that’s pretty true. One frequent promise of SaaS applications has been cost savings compared to on-premises tools. But that only happens when IT is vigilant about SaaS pricing, and savvy about which apps cost more and why. This is a common...

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Tags: application monitoring, SaaS applications, Skype for Business

Disbelief is a common theme in our demo process with potential customers. When we use AppNeta Performance Manager to show a customer their own data for a particular office, they almost immediately ask why the capacity metrics are low. If the customer is paying for 250 Mbps out of that office, why is AppNeta only showing them 46 Mbps? The...

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Tags: bandwidth, capacity, end user experience, SaaS, Workday, Office 365, network monitoring, network performance, network performance monitoring, enterprise IT, SaaS performance, apps, applications, application monitoring

Salesforce is a heavyweight in the SaaS market, and Salesforce problems can affect thousands of users. Salesforce has an online status dashboard that many users leverage to monitor the application and determine whether it’s working properly and performing to expectations. However,trust.salesforce.com is really just an internal dashboard Salesforce set up so you can check on whether everything within the Salesforce...

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Tags: application performance, monitoring technology, saas, salesforce, salesforce performance, network performance, application monitoring, performance monitoring, SaaS monitoring, SaaS performance, enterprise network, enterprise IT

Rate Limiting Detection: Bandwidth and Latency
by Team AppNeta on

Ever wonder if your “ISP is giving you the bandwidth” you are paying for? Do you think your download speeds are different at different times of day? If so, you might want to detect and measure the rate limiting on your network. What is Rate Limiting? Network rate limiting is used to limit the amount of traffic on a network....

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Tags: bandwidth, latency, monitoring technology, NPM, network performance monitoring, network performance management, application monitoring, enterprise IT, enterprise network, network monitoring

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