NETSCOUT APM Now Available in Azure Marketplace
March 27, 2019
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NETSCOUT announced the availability of NETSCOUT application performance management for Azure in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.

NETSCOUT’s solution delivers consistent, high-resolution, real-time visibility to Microsoft Azure cloud environments, improving the customer experience and providing insights into application performance and service delivery across communications paths.

“Some of the largest government, financial and healthcare organizations have deployed NETSCOUT technology for troubleshooting and monitoring across Hybrid Cloud environments,” said Michael Szabados, NETSCOUT’s COO. “We are delivering the next-generation level of visibility to see the full range of performance, availability and security risks impacting applications through the digital transformation, earlier and with more precision, to address problems faster.”

NETSCOUT application performance management for Azure is designed to support enterprises running applications that require computer, network, and storage workloads in hybrid cloud environments. It gives enterprises the ability to deliver a high-quality customer and end-user experience as they manage applications and other workloads in the cloud. The solution also helps DevSecOps teams improve the performance of refactored applications and applications that have been developed natively in the Microsoft Azure cloud, which are reliant on micro-services. NETSCOUT is now co-sell ready to collaborate with Microsoft sales to assist customers with migrating and managing applications and services in hybrid Microsoft Azure environments.

The Azure Marketplace is an online market for buying and selling finished Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications and premium datasets. The Azure Marketplace helps connect companies seeking innovative, cloud-based solutions with partners who have developed solutions that are ready to use.

NETSCOUT has also announced plans to deliver its application performance management with Azure VTAP, an advanced agentless application performance management option for Microsoft Azure deployments. Once released, the solution will be available through integration with the Microsoft Azure VTAP program.

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