Considerations for an Intent-Based Networking Architecture Intent-based networking architecture is an addition to an already existing networking architecture instead of being a separate architecture of its own. Learn more here.
Dynatrace Monitoring Addresses IT Complexity Dynatrace monitoring solution addresses the growing complexity of networks by collecting data in three ways: full stack, high fidelity, and in context.
The Performance Management Definition Performance management goes by a handful of monikers — performance monitoring, assurance, visibility. Discover the performance management definition and how it is changing.
How AI Improves Performance Management Tools Is artificial intelligence (AI) the hero to complex and dynamic performance management issues? See how AI performance management can boost productivity and save time.
Performance Management & SDN: New Issues Need New Solutions The areas of performance management and SDN are changing. The arising issues stemming from SDN necessitate the implementation of a unified performance management tool, which converges SDN and network functions (NFV), and automated solutions via machine learning (ML).
Top Performance Management Tools for APM, NPM, and UPM Performance Management tools cater to either networking, application, or a converged toolset that reviews both networking and application performances. View the list of the top APM, NPM, and UPM tools available on the marketplace currently.
What is NPM? Then and Now — A Definition What is NPM? NPM stands for Network Performance Management, which identifies the methods to monitor a network's performance levels.
Disruption: The MEC, 5G Impact on the Computing Landscape MEC and 5G are considered disrupting technologies on their own but combined they will become a powerful, computing force.
What is APM? Definition and Characteristics What is APM? It stands for Application Performance Management, which is the tools used to analyze and track a software application’s performance.
How to Deliver Data Center Security via Network Virtualization