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Network and Application Performance: A Measured Approach

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Businesses today are faced with increasingly complex and difficult environments that impact application and network performance. Finding out where the problems are, and how best to improve …

Businesses today are faced with increasingly complex and difficult environments that impact application and network performance. Finding out where the problems are, and how best to improve performance, can be a daunting task indeed.

The infographic below breaks down these complexities and provides some recommendations for better improving your network and application performance.

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  • 1. NETWORK AND APPLICATION PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: A MEASURED APPROACHRISING PRESSURESTop pressures driving organizations to improve network and application performance: 43% 81% Disruption of key processes Increasing bandwidth requirements 39% SLAs 54% 33% Increasing demands of remote workforce Increasingly virtualized infrastructure 34% 41% Increasing cost of Rising user demand 2011 data communication 2012The Aberdeen Group study “Getting the Complete View into Application and Network Performance”surveyed 235 professionals from around the globe in a variety of industries. The organizations (45%large enterprises, 21% midsize, 34% small businesses) were divided into three categories: LAGGARD AVERAGE BEST IN CLASS Bottom 30% Middle 50% Top 20% THREE KEY • Time to identify root causes of application problems PERFORMANCE • Number of end user complaints about application performance CRITERIA: • Transaction completion rateTACTICS Measure 43% application 52% response times 67% Centralize management 23% of applications 38% and transactions 57% Provide performance 16% intelligence to 22% key stakeholders 35% 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100RESULTSEmployee satisfactionrate with the performance 64% 83% 92%of organization’sbusiness applicationsReduction in averagetime needed for 10% 27%identification of theroot cause ofapplication -34%KEY TAKEAWAYS Ensure that your organization’s core applications perform at the highest possible level by utilizing: VISIBILITY Aggregate your performance data in a unified interface. TRANSPARENCY Allow key stakeholders to access performance data so they can help define requirements and prioritize issues. TENACITY Increase benefits of implementing performance management solutions by increasing experience among stakeholders. AGILITY Identify problems quickly to minimize response time — and downtime. © 2012 CenturyLink, Inc. All Rights Reserved.