NetScout (News - Alert) Systems, a provider of trusted and comprehensive real-time network and application performance intelligence, claimed that its new nGeniusONE Unified Performance Management platform blends Application and Network performance management into a single unified platform.
Powered by Adaptive Session Intelligence (ASI) 2.0, nGeniusONE provides ease of use, scalability, and broad value delivered to a wide range of IT operational teams including network, application, server, and service delivery managers. It is also capable of improving communication and collaboration across the different functional IT groups to enable unified service delivery management for complex, distributed IT services.
Steven Shalita (News - Alert), vice president of marketing at NetScout, said, “By unifying application and network performance management functionality into a single platform, the introduction of nGeniusONE significantly expands NetScout’s proactive performance management capabilities. This enables NetScout to address a much broader market and expanded range of operational users within the IT organization.”
Shaltia added, “Our delivery of a completely new analysis architecture coupled with the significant advances in our ASI technology radically simplifies service delivery management, enabling faster, more effective triage, and empowers IT operations teams to more effectively collaborate on managing application delivery in a service context to optimize performance, availability and protect the user experience.”
Some of the notable capabilities of nGeniusONE are: real-time service visualization; intelligent early warning about performance degradation; application recognition and monitoring of well-known applications; contextual performance analysis across the network; streamlined workflows; multi-layered performance troubleshooting; highly granular network and application performance analysis; and more.
nGeniusONE supports diverse data, voice and video environments, including web-based applications such as Oracle and Microsoft (News - Alert), remote desktop applications such as Citrix, public and private cloud environments and specialized environments like financial trading.
Edited by Ashley Caputo
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