The company also reported more downward guidance for its upcoming fiscal year, but remains optimistic about its product revenue.
The company’s recent transition to a SaaS subscription model proves favorable as it reported an 11 percent increase in revenue year over year, along with several deals in the first quarter of 2018.
A Dimensional Research report found that 73 percent of enterprises using microservices had application performance issues. Startups LightStep and Instana are working on APM tools to address the complexity and dynamism of these environments.
The news of Trollope's departure comes as Cisco announced its intent to acquire AI startup Accompany. Cisco appointed Accompany's CEO and founder Amy Chang as SVP of its Collaboration group.
The online payments company said it is paying half of what it paid to have six sites outfitted with MPLS to deploy Cato SD-WAN on 14 sites at a higher bandwidth.
The Open SD-WAN Exchange (OSE) plans to launch its service level API, which helps SD-WAN vendors talk, at the upcoming ONUG Spring 2018 conference.
The service providers interviewed believe that cellular IoT technologies, such as Cat-M1 and NB-IoT, will be “game changers.”
The performance management company released a new version of its platform that integrates with Cisco’s new SAN telemetry streaming and AppDynamics.
Before deploying SD-WAN, the company was using “a spaghetti mess” of handcrafted tunnels with combinations of Sonicwall firewalls, third party tunnels, and Cisco ASA firewalls. The result was “awful and unreliable” connections.
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Shawmut Design and Construction wanted to break up with its MPLS, move its infrastructure to the cloud, and reduce network costs while improving its network efficiency.
The companies completed live tests of 5G in a Toronto stadium and plan to continue testing in other Canadian cities over the next year.
The startup maintains a free and open source monitoring framework as well as a commercial platform.
The startup raised $6 million in its Series A round, bringing its total funding to $7.8 million. Axonize’s IoT orchestration platform is based on Microsoft Azure and is built for IoT service providers.
Zyxel embedded Enea’s deep packet inspection engine within its UTM products to analyze traffic in real-time and identify application protocols.