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New Observer Apex offers faster loading speeds, connection dynamics functionality for packet visibility, on-demand application dependency mapping (ADM), improved widget editor for faster insights, VoIP service-level agreement assurance based on threshold monitoring, faster alarms, and more. On-Demand ADM On-demand ADM offers fast discovery of application interdependencies, building maps that visualize these complex relationships with simple […]

Prior to purchasing the Observer Platform for network monitoring and security forensics, Cisco Systems was experiencing a lack of visibility during and after network events. Headquartered in San Jose, California, Cisco Systems designs, manufactures, and sells networking equipment. With nearly $50 billion in revenue and over 70,000 employees, Cisco is also the largest networking company […]

IT teams recount some of their most problematic network challenges – and how they eventually resolved them with the Observer Platform. A Retailer’s Remorse Major retailers often rely on Black Friday deals to remain profitable. In some cases, technical snafus can put the brakes on sales. For one Fortune 500 retail company, the quick thinking of […]

For many organizations, solving performance challenges faster improves the bottom line. But for a telecom carrier, a strict service level agreement (SLA) means the network team has only hours to resolve performance issues – otherwise they risk paying the client money for downtime and outages. Founded in 1996 and located in west central Germany, GELSEN-NET provides regional telecommunications services […]

  It’s that time of year again when real Viavi customers share their greatest network nightmares. These bloodcurdling tales of IT terror will give you chills and send you scrambling for your monitoring tools. 1. The Case of the Disappearing Network Let’s face it, nothing’s worse than logging on to find that your entire network […]

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Monitoring Cisco ACI There’s no doubt Cisco ACI can help get a network up and running fast. Forget manually establishing Access Control Lists (ACLs). That’s automatically handled by ACI behind the scenes now. But at the end of the day, does troubleshooting and finding the cause of network issues become more complex? And how can […]

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