When your network goes down, revenue is lost exponentially. It is of utmost importance to keep track of your network automatically in order to fix problems before they occur, find the source of your problems as quickly as possible, and keep the user experience as smooth as possible.Read More
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Anyone with an office in the modern age will depend on a network of some kind. Whether you are a small enterprise or a larger company, you’re likely dependent on technology.
Up to 90% of businesses are now using cloud computing to some extent. These companies are also conducting up to 60% of their work via the cloud.
With more and more businesses depending on technology, networking can get more and more complex. Therefore, a network topology plan, which gives you a clear oversight of what’s at stake, will always be useful.
When it comes to data centers, what is ‘peak performance’? Is it a case of using a data center monitoring system so that it works to full capacity?
In our last four blog posts, we have been sharing tips on eliminating DevOps monitoring challenges. In case you’ve missed them, make sure to catch up with our “Eliminating DevOps Monitoring Challenges” series.
In today’s IT’s landscape, a variety of tools are available to us to help with root cause analysis process. Leveraging your tools and using them optimally is necessary to any system but it’s important to remember that tools do not have access to all the information available for them to be able to truly solve every problem So to truly get to the true root cause, you need a process that will take us beyond the scope of tools.
IT monitoring and management have traditionally been focused on an enterprise’s IT backbone; e.g. its data centers, servers, networks, etc. However, with more and more employees working from home these days, and customers or partners scattered around the world, organizations have all found it is critical to monitor and manage an extended network connection to ensure a supreme digital experience for their employees, customers, or partners.
Ever watch news coverage of an incoming hurricane? You’ve got those correspondents out there in the elements, wearing their yellow rain ponchos, fighting the wind, and describing the scene to an audience watching at home.
On Friday afternoon, 17 July 2020, many internet users experienced connectivity issues around the same time. Even sites like Discord, Feedly, Politico, Shopify, and League of Legends were inaccessible.