Application and network performance management provider NETSCOUT recently announced enhancements to their business service delivery monitoring solution, nGeniusPULSE. These enhancements allow users to test their network and application availability and performance over WiFi and business transaction testing.
Through these enhancements, users can improve visibility across their network stack and gain insights into their end-user experience regardless of where they are. The new features help network administrators and engineers discover, isolate, and resolve application and network performance issues in a wired or WiFi deployment.
“IT Directors and network managers are looking for a competitive edge when it comes to early issue detection that might impact an end-user’s ability to access the network or critical applications over Wi-Fi from remote offices or headquarters to private data centers or cloud, SaaS, or co-lo,” stated Daryle DeBalski, NETSCOUT’s vice president and general manager, new markets business unit. “NETSCOUT’s holistic approach includes the nGeniusONE™ platform with in-depth, passive packet-based monitoring combined with nGeniusPULSE’s always-on active testing and infrastructure monitoring, to provide customers with end-to-end visibility for better service assurance at any user location.”
nGeniusPULSE provides users with visibility into into IT ecosystems, using active and synthetic testing to verify the availability and performance of critical applications and services. The business transaction testing capabilities monitors specific business functions, such as logging in and out of an application, to ensure that every component of your business apps are performing correctly.
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