Application Performance in an Application Centric Networking World

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podcast_3_artworkIn a fireside chat format, recorded recently at CiscoLive with Steven Shalita, Vice President of Marketing at NetScout we discuss how NetScout fits into the Cisco Application Centric Networking ecosystem and free discussion on the pros and cons of the major industry changes taking place. We chat about organizational models to optimize service delivery, why end-user experience has become such a high priority metric and how to measure it, how do to improve the success of rolling out new services, why should the network professionals care about application performance and how does Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Function Virtualization (NFV) change things?

NetScout Bridges Gap Between Old and New Open Networking Worlds

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podcast_2_artworkAs the transition to open networking technologies progresses, NetScout seeks to add value by minimizing disruption and preserving excellent user experience by being a bridge between the old and the new worlds of open networking. At the Open Networking User Group or ONUG Spring hosted by Citigroup in New York City, IT business leaders discussed their transitioning to open networking technologies such as network virtualization or overlays, software-define WAN and LANs, linux based tools to automate the configuration and change management of networking, storage and servers, OpenStack, white box based underlays and much more. While no two firms are at the same point of transition, what was very clear is that all are in transition. Recorded recently at CiscoLive with Steven Shalita, Vice President of Marketing at NetScout we discuss how NetScout can bridge the transition from today’s networks to the new world of open networking.

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NetScout Defines A Performance Management Layer

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podcast_1_artworkNetScout’s business focus is on providing performance management that spans applications to network stack. To control application performance an automated way to create of an application dependency map that spans applications, compute, storage and networking across data center, campus and WAN. An application dependency map enables cross-functional application troubleshooting and performance optimization. This is the Holy Grail of IT as it enables business resiliency and lowers OpEx. NetScout is in an optimal space to deliver this value. We’ll find out how they are approaching performance management in this Lippis Report podcast, recorded recently at CiscoLive with Steven Shalita, Vice President of Marketing at NetScout.

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NetScout Expands Into Network Monitoring Switch Market

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netscout_expands_into_network_monitoring_switch_market_steven_shalitaOver the past two years NetScout has invested in Network Monitoring Switch technology, acquiring Simenna in 2011 and ONPATH in 2012. This is the first in a two-part podcast series were Steven Shalita, Vice President of Marketing at NetScout discusses NetScout’s increased investments in the network monitoring switch business. In this podcast we discuss network monitoring switch and fabric market attributes and dynamics. In the second podcast Steve and I review network monitoring design options, service delivery and the implications that virtualization and Software-Defined Networking have on monitoring architectures.

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NetScout’s Network Monitoring Design Options and Implications

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netscouts_network_monitoring_design_options_and_implications_steven_shalitaThis is the second of a two-part podcast series were Steven Shalita, Vice President of Marketing at NetScout discusses NetScout’s increased investments in the network monitoring switch business. In this podcast we review network monitoring design options, service delivery and the implications that virtualization and Software-Defined Networking have on monitoring architectures. The first podcast on network monitoring switch and fabric market dynamics can be found here.

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