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Corporate computing has crossed the threshold to highly distributed, and it doesn’t matter if your corporation has 50 or 50,000 employees. The reasons are many, including cloud usage, SAAS subscriptions, or just highly distributed enterprise networks and users. Have your network analysis capabilities evolved with your corporate computing infrastructure?
Traditional network analysis and troubleshooting solutions were centralized, and back when all corporate computing assets were located in and routed through a central data center this approach worked well. But with more and more applications migrating from your data center to remote locations (cloud or otherwise), your ability to monitor, analyze and troubleshoot mission critical application performance is compromised by a centralized network analysis approach. It’s imperative that you also distribute your network analysis capabilities. More than that, you need to evolve from a "point and shoot" network troubleshooting approach to a distributed, 24x7 network monitoring approach. Distributing your network analysis capabilities and monitoring 24x7 allows you to respond to network issues before they become full blown problems and to analyze and troubleshoot issues proactively vs. reactively. Join us to examine the technologies and approaches to best deal with today’s highly distributed network applications.
In this webcast, we will cover:
Current trends in enterprise application distribution
Key performance indicators when monitoring overall application performance
Network analysis architectures for today’s distributed application environment
Benefits of employing distributed, 24x7 solutions for application and network performance monitoring
What you will learn:
How to effectively use network analysis solutions for application performance monitoring
How to deploy network analysis solutions to ensure adequate coverage of your network
Why "point and shoot" network troubleshooting approaches are no longer enough