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Capacity vs. bandwidth for network and application performance monitoring

Capacity vs. Bandwidth: Why You’re Not Getting What You Pay For
October 10, 2017 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Disbelief is a common theme in our demo process with potential customers. When we use our 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
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Capacity is an important metric

Why Capacity Matters More Than You Think
September 5, 2017 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

There are plenty of varieties of network monitoring these days, and various ways it’s used. The reason for using it, however, is fairly singular: to see and improve end-user experience. Network monitoring can ensure that the network has been running well, is running well currently and will continue to run well in the future, regardless
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QoS enforcement with mobile devices is hard

In a World of Mobile and BYOD, Is QoS Enforcement Possible?
August 24, 2017 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

There was a time when the consumerization of IT struck fear in the hearts of any network manager. It was easier to push back and deny or ignore iPhones in the workplace than to actually revamp the network to support them—not to mention prepare for the onslaught of cyber threats that came along with them.
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QoS metrics are essential to improving VoIP and video apps.

Three Reasons Your Network Is Congested
August 15, 2016 by

Networking Technology

When we say that networks are congested, we usually mean that a combination of too much data and not enough available capacity to support the applications are involved. We’ll conjure up metaphors of traffic jams, inner-city lane closures and other practical analogies to simplify the concept to users. The ubiquity of the internet these days
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