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Integrate AppNeta with Salesforce Chatter Feed Using Our API
February 7, 2019 by

Networking Technology, Product News

AppNeta Performance Manager provides several ways for customers to integrate monitoring data with other systems, including the RESTful API Observer endpoint that allows you to send event notifications to your own receiver. With this ability, the opportunity for flexible integration abounds. In a past post, I looked at how to integrate AppNeta Performance Manager events
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Using G Suite for a collaboration tool

How to Turn G Suite at Work Into Collaboration Nirvana
January 9, 2018 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

 For companies choosing a hosted productivity solution, there are two obvious options—Office 365 and G Suite. At first glance, they seem fairly similar. Both offer email, storage and a range of productivity tools like word processing, spreadsheets and presentation applications. But what you might not notice with one of the options is a little problem
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SaaS Apps and Modern Networks Need Strong Management
December 15, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights

Here’s a philosophical question for network engineers everywhere: What does stability mean, anyway? The inimitable Ethan Banks offers some time-tested, practical tips on what makes for lasting network stability today. One important piece of advice is to control your impulses to play around with network features and functionality. Don’t experiment in a production environment, and
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SaaS management works for cloud and on-premises apps

Using SaaS Management for On-Premises Tools Makes IT Life Easier
October 26, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

Long, long ago, when computer systems of the old glass house-encased Big Iron variety failed, the situation was often cryptically described as an “abend”—a word derived from an IBM error message meaning “ABnormal END.” While the abend was usually accompanied by other codes or messages, it was not much to go on. Data center operators
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