AppNeta, a provider of instant-value network performance management, has announced new network and application assessment features for PathView Cloud – giving network engineers and managed service providers the ability to generate and analyze actual VoIP traffic on a production network without using software agents or application infrastructure.
“We have thousands of customers deploying VoIP and other performance sensitive applications that their businesses depend on,” said Jim Melvin, CEO of AppNeta, in a release. “PathView Cloud's enhanced features provide insight into the network prior to a VoIP deployment, and lightweight, continuous monitoring after the roll-out to keep the applications working.”
Not only do PathView Cloud solutions offer active bandwidth monitoring, active application performance monitoring, remote net flow analysis and remote packet capture for Wireshark analysis, they also leverage a zero administration, cloud-based service to meet the performance demands of today's distributed network infrastructure and mainstream network-dependent applications, according to the release.
“Carousel is now able to provide a more efficient, advanced level of assessment to our clients ensuring their networks are ready for VoIP deployments,” said Carousel Industries Data & Infrastructure Implementation Manager, Michael Annino. “AppNeta has shown their commitment to Carousel by working closely with our engineering team to integrate key features into their offering that better suits how we serve our customers and their network performance needs.”
PathView Cloud network assessments can be scheduled to run automatically without user interaction.
In related news, Watch4net, a provider of service assurance software, recently announced a partnership with Microlog, a supplier of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Solutions capable of delivering professional services to corporate companies in areas that address convergence and optimization of IT infrastructure, virtualization platforms and communication protocols.
The move is another step forward for Watch4net as it seizes the opportunity to enter the South American market and expand the use of the APG Suite in new countries and new types of organizations supported by Microlog’s well-structured portfolio, including government business units, public sector and large corporations.
With the partnership, Watch4net and Microlog hope to gain strategic market positioning, as well as develop their leadership among the strongest solutions providers in the industry.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell