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AppNeta's weekly roundup of networking, cloud and SaaS market news.

Planning Your Network Technology Future? Many Choices Ahead
November 3, 2017 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology

The fall ONUG conference a few weeks back explored lots of emerging networking technology and trends. Here’s a good look into some of those, including network infrastructure consolidation, where SD-WAN functionality is packaged into a larger product that also offers routing, security and other features. Then there’s automation, which one expert argues is the only
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Look for the causes of a network outage

Ten Questions to Ask After a Network Outage  
June 22, 2017 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

A network outage can be disruptive and expensive, so you want to eliminate the causes. This checklist of the top 10 questions to ask after a network outage can help you identify the reasons for an outage and expose any gaps in your monitoring. Ideally, you’ll learn from an outage to prevent others in the
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SD-WAN technology helps network performance

What You Need to Know About SD-WAN Technology
June 6, 2017 by

Networking Technology

As businesses continue to migrate from expensive and inflexible MPLS network architectures, software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) has emerged as a key technology for managing application and network load over the public internet. It’s particularly good for businesses with a large number of remote locations and an investment in MPLS circuits. What is SD-WAN? Organizations are deploying
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AppNeta vs. Netflow Google APIs

AppNeta vs. NetFlow: App Identification Without the Overhead
May 24, 2017 by

Networking Technology

Getting a full picture of applications in use on the network is essential for IT teams today. In the past, NetFlow functionality has been used to see apps in use. NetFlow, and similar technologies like sFlow and jFlow, is typically a router feature that looks at the traffic that’s been sent and received, and then
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