Apparent Networks Joins the VMware Technology Alliance
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Apparent Networks Our legacy blog entries tell the AppNeta story from the early days…Read on!

As the IT climate accelerates toward more cost-effective, on demand services and cloud-based applications, managing your network performance and virtual service delivery is becoming more and more challenging. As Loki noted in a previous blog post, “The problems of network growth and complexity forecast some serious challenges ahead for virtualization.”

That is why PathView is excited to join the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) Program in an effort to respond to these new complexities and provide capabilities that will make your day to day job easier, faster and cheaper.

As we launch this new partnership with VMware we are also thrilled to be introducing PathView 2.0 which contains some great new capabilities to support virtual service delivery. We’ll unveil more details next week, but here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come:
•    VMWare ESX Support – now PathView components, including network sequencers can be installed in VMWare virtual machines, and our accuracy for both VM based and physical hosts is better than ever.
•    PathView Report Server – a major enhancement to the PathView reporting capability, the Report Server gives you drag and drop report and dashboard customization, report scheduling and 14 new reports.
•    300% performance increase in DPA diagnostics – problems on local and remote networks that used to take minutes to diagnose will now be done in seconds.
•    Continuous MOS Scores – voice specific measurements have been added to PathView’s continuous monitoring.
We will be joining our fellow VMware partners at VM World on August 31-September 3. Come check us out and see a demo of PathView 2.0 at Booth # 1443. Hope to see you there!

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Tags: legacy , NPM , PathView , virtualization