Predicts 2017: Enterprise Networks and Network Services

Network technologies “While the CLI remains the dominant mechanism for more than 85% of system engineers to implement network changes, several alternatives are gaining popularity, including APIs, fabrics, and SD-WAN. By 2020, only 30% of network operations teams will use the CLI as their primary interface, down from 85% at YE16.” Read this Gartner report

Solving the Application Performance Dilemma in the Hybrid Enterprise

The mainstream adoption of web-based applications, whether internally hosted, cloud hosted, or software as a service (SaaS), is transforming the ways in which enterprise-class applications are built, deployed, and consumed. While the evolution brings new levels of cost efficiency and flexibility, it also introduces new and unique visibility and control challenges for IT organizations, which

Lifecycle management is the key to successful UC

Unified communications (UC) is a powerful technology with a multifaceted value proposition. UC can significantly reduce the cost of communications; but more importantly, it raises productivity by streamlining the collaboration process. The technology also enables coworkers to collaborate in real time across the extended enterprise, which includes partners, customers, suppliers and other critical constituents. Learn

Unified application infrastructure management

Remedying complex application performance problems often requires IT server, networking, and application administrators to assemble into a “war room” to troubleshoot the source of performance issues. Since each administrative team typically relies on its own discrete set of tools to monitor performance, these troubleshooting sessions can often be time consuming, contentious, and unproductive.