For most IT organizations, the health of the network is dependent on recognizing and eliminating performance degradations. Understanding how applications are behaving on the network is critical. Often application performance data commonly comes from disparate tools and technologies, and bringing that data together effectively is too difficult to be practical, until now.
Join Enterprise Management Associates Managing Research Director, Jim Frey, and NETSCOUT Director of Product Strategy, Doug Roberts, for a free Webinar that will examine the driving factors, objectives, requirements, and best practices surrounding converged network and application performance management.
Whether you call it a war room, tiger team or just your regular weekly meeting, IT organizations struggle to understand and agree on problem domain and root cause of application performance issues when faced with uncorrelated data, confrontation and hidden agendas. The toxic war room environment makes it difficult to solve problems quickly and efficiently and breeds long-term cooperation issues between IT teams.
In this 30 min. on-demand webcast you will learn about the concepts noted below and see a live demo showing how TruView tackles Capacity Planning in just a few mouse clicks.
Tired of the long meetings trying to figure out where is the problem? Does this sound familiar?
In this on-demand webinar we’ll take a look at the best in class approach to Application-Aware Network Performance Management (Network and Application Performance Monitoring), which effectively leverages key data points from both network and application-centric approaches and enables cross-platform visibility, enabling all branches of IT to ensure high performance delivery of critical business applications.
In this on-demand webinar, we examine the challenges faced by Network Engineers when they are tasked with troubleshooting problems in the data center. At times, applications and network servers suffer poor performance and quality, requiring root cause analysis. Due to the complexity of these systems, this often requires packet-level visibility. The intermittent behavior of many of these performance problems requires 24/7 capture. The "Big Data and growing" nature of the data center makes finding network and application problems at the packet level like looking for a needle in a haystack.
Despite the fact that organizations and the network infrastructures that support them continue to grow in size and complexity, expectations regarding application performance are not being relaxed. One effective response is to establish clear and definitive visibility of application and service activity and from the network perspective.