Network monitoring has never been easy, but it has become far more difficult as the complexity of IT infrastructure has soared.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak started, SevOne has been working closely with our customers to help them deal with the impact of their network traffic shifting from typically being “inside-out” to “outside-in”. We’ve helped them rapidly adapt their monitoring approaches to focus more on ensuring that their WFH network and infrastructure resources run properly.
For enterprise IT teams today, meeting the connectivity demands of their organizations’ mobile-first employees and other users is an ongoing challenge. Two technology mainstays that enterprises are now using in these projects are software-defined wide-area networks (SD-WANs) and next-generation Wi-Fi systems.
Networks are the foundation upon which organizations of all kinds pursue their goals and conduct their operations. It may be an overused term, but ‘mission critical’ is an accurate description of how important it is for organizations to monitoring and manage their networks effectively.
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Gone are the days of businesses keeping all of their IT infrastructure on-premises. But this migration to the cloud begs the question, “How do you monitor something you no longer own?”
Clearly, there’s no silver bullet when it comes to monitoring complex digital infrastructures. However, being able to gather a range of data – including what the end user is doing on the network – can help keep you better informed and alert you to issues.
SevOne Data Platform provides proactive alerts when performance deviates from historical norms, giving teams early warnings of building problems.
Traditional monitoring tools, which review event, alarm, or state information about the network, simply don’t provide enough information to drive real-time decisions. Performance monitoring based on polling every few minutes is not granular enough to enable this change.
According to analyst research, the average large enterprise uses between six and 10 monitoring tools, and some use as many as 25! This proliferation of tools creates inefficiencies and redundancies that drive costs up and productivity down. This whitepaper outlines effective approaches to tool consolidation can improve your organization’s monitoring capabilities while boosting its bottom line.
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