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7 Dec

ICYMI: SevOne’s 5 Most Popular Blog Posts in 2015

SevOne's 5 Most Popular Blog Posts in 2015

With 2015 rapidly coming to a close, we are looking back on the five posts from this year that you found the most newsworthy. We covered a wide range of topics throughout 2015, including security, outages, and new product releases. Be sure to give them a read in case you missed them.

We’re looking forward to covering more industry trends, important news, and SevOne’s growth in 2016. Is there anything you’d like to see more of? Let us know in a comment below.

  • What United Needs to Know About Their Network. When network connectivity issues grounded United Airlines in July, we covered reactions from frustrated passengers and the impact that monitoring can have in preventing such problems. This was one of many outages that cost enterprises and service providers in 2015 and underscored the need for better monitoring before small issues become big problems.
  • Will VoLTE Deployments Put Subscribers at Risk? Introducing a new service to the marketplace is never easy and VoLTE continues to be no exception. We detailed some of the precautions that network operations should consider when phasing in this new service.
  • How to Monitor Web Page Serve Time with the SevOne PLA. SevOne’s performance log appliance (PLA) has many use cases and in this instance, we examined how it can be used to monitor the amount of time it takes to serve up a web page using Apache logs. Check it out for the play-by-play.
  • Welcome to SevOne Version 5.4. We rolled out Sevone version 5.4 in June of this year and added over 350 enhancements to the system. One of the most notable additions was the tight integration of metrics, flows and logs in one place. It was one of the most exciting times for SevOne in 2015.
  • Don’t Let a DDoS Attack Sabotage Your Business. The average cost of a DDoS attack is $40,000 for every hour of downtime it causes. So it’s a no-brainer that companies, even those who might not believe they’ll be targeted, are looking into better ways of spotting the beginnings of an attack. Monitoring firewall and load balancer activity can arm network operations and security teams with the advanced warning they need to mitigate a destructive DDoS attack before it takes the system completely offline.

We’re looking forward to covering more industry trends, important news, and SevOne’s growth in 2016. Is there anything you’d like to see more of? Let us know in a comment below.

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