Archive of posts: 'network performance management' tag

Successful network management in the age of the distributed enterprise begins with understanding end-user experience. With thousands of users outside the office, enterprise IT has seen their management footprint explode over the past few years, with each remote user effectively representing a “remote office of one,” and all of the management hurdles that entails. On these new terms, IT is...

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This blog is the first in a series from our Solutions Consultant team giving their point of view on the most pressing challenges facing IT teams in 2021. Let’s be honest. Working from home has its challenges, particularly during the pandemic. For those of us with children there are a host of potential pitfalls. One need only look at some...

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Tags: SaaS, UC, ucaas, analytics, data, IT, enteprise IT, digital transformation, cloud computing, KPIs, KPI, key performance indicators, performance indicators, remote workforce, remote work, work from anywhere, work from home, network performance management, network management, network performance monitoring, performance management, performance monitoring

According to the 2020 IT Skills and Salary Report from Global Knowledge, 67 percent of IT decision makers polled believe an IT skills gap cost them between three and nine hours of productivity per IT employee each week. Over the course of 2020, that could add up to 520 productivity hours lost per each IT team member, or roughly $29,000...

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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

Diagnosing (and Avoiding) the Top 3 AWS EC2 Issues
by Andrew Sanders on

There are a staggering number of businesses building their core applications around Amazon Web Services’ cloud offerings, such as their Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). In 2010, Amazon reported an EC2 growth rate of 35%. It has been used for everything from creating an on-demand supercomputing cluster for pharma research to reinforcing the backend for music-recognition app Shazam. EC2 is extremely...

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Tags: AWS, AWS EC2, cloud monitoring, public cloud providers, Amazon, Amazon Web Services, enterprise cloud, cloud performance, cloud performance monitoing, cloud apps, enterprise IT, network performance, network performance monitoring, network performance management

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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