A Holistic and Unified Network Approach Leads to Industry Growth
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
WHEN: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. EST
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
SPEAKERS: Mariano Kimbara, Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst, Measurement & Instrumentation
This briefing will benefit companies dealing with network performance management (NPM) and application performance management (APM), including both software and appliance-based solutions. These solutions are used primarily by enterprises to discuss trends in the NPM and APM markets, including market size, growth and the competitive landscape.
Why you should attend:
Learn about latest key technological trends present in the global NPM and APM market
Identify which vertical end-user industries represent most of the growth opportunities
Learn about growing demand opportunities from a geographic perspective
Hear about perspectives and key strategies adopted by leading companies to meet certain needs
Recent research performed on the global network performance management market has shown a shift from monitoring individual elements, to a much more unified approach in understanding the user experience more effectively. No solution can be offered in isolation. In today's dynamic, NPM environment, separately analyzing the network from the application, the storage, the database and the virtual infrastructure is a fault. Companies are in many ways redefining performance management from individual elements, networks and simple applications into a more unified approach centered on service delivery.
"Companies that are able to differentiate themselves by offering unified network and application performance management solutions that provide a comprehensive view to simplify management of complex infrastructures will, consequently, optimize end-user experience and enjoy a better position to sustain and grow in this competitive market. This shapes their future in a very significant way", asserts Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Mariano Kimbara.
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