AppNeta Introduces Active End-to-End Monitoring at 100 Gbps Speeds
October 16, 2019
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AppNeta announced an addition to their robust existing suite of monitoring points with the r1000, an appliance that delivers active performance insights at ten-times the network speeds of previous-generation appliances — active monitoring at 100 Gbps.

This enables AppNeta Performance Manager to provide actionable visibility into high capacity links between data centers, large campuses, and entire WAN backbone infrastructures without interrupting business-critical workflows.

AppNeta’s active measurement techniques now provide customers running 25, 40, 50, or 100 Gbps networks with the same comprehensive visibility that used to only be available to networks under 10 Gbps. This technology allows customers to monitor capacity, in addition to latency, loss, and jitter, along with detailed multi-protocol routing analysis without consuming precious bandwidth in the process.

This is critical to large enterprises for several reasons.

- Paying for large circuits to act as WAN backbones between office campuses or data centers is costly, and without a method for enterprise IT to ensure end-to-end throughput continuously, teams can’t validate SLAs without shutting down critical business connections.

- It’s also important that teams have comprehensive and complete visibility into network and application performance across the entire network. For users accessing internal apps across network backbones or SaaS apps via direct-to-internet links, AppNeta provides actionable performance metrics with a high degree of accuracy and almost no network impact. AppNeta’s Research and Development team has scaled its active delivery path monitoring to meet the demand of even the highest trafficked networks. AppNeta can now deliver actionable insights into the health of the 100G link to combat excessive latency, loss, and congestion that can have a disastrous impact on throughput at higher speeds.

“Until now, enterprises have been completely blocked from understanding the true end-to-end performance of their most critical WAN connections to third-party SaaS and Cloud providers at speeds above 10 Gbps,” said AppNeta CEO Matt Stevens. “This 10x jump in performance visibility capacity is a monumental step in breaking down the barriers enterprise IT teams face during Cloud and SaaS transformation.”

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