4 results for: "apm"
In this webinar, ipoque explains the need for application awareness and deep packet inspection (DPI) technology to enhance application performance monitoring (APM) solutions.
Event Score: 2
When it comes to managing application performance, most enterprises today use application performance monitoring (APM) tools. APM is a unified monitoring technique that uses analytics to provide visibility into the end-to-end performance of an enterprise application, measuring it against pre-determined performance, security and QoE targets.
Webinar Score: 2
In a world dominated by real-time applications, network insights are critical for both network service providers and enterprises to ensure that applications continue to deliver the experience and service levels expected by users. Deep packet inspection (DPI) technology, embedded in APM solutions, provides the network intelligence needed to manage application performance, determining root causes of performance issues, detecting inappropriate traffic and security risks, and reacting to network slowdowns before they impact end users.
Whitepaper Score: 1
In this advisory guide, we are looking at the key factors to help you decide whether to build or buy a DPI solution. Because, when your network analytics or cybersecurity solution needs application awareness, choosing to build the deep packet inspection software in-house, using open-source DPI or licensing it from a DPI specialist can be a difficult decision. Whether it’s for software-defined networks to enable policy control and critical traffic steering or to protect corporate networks, IoT devices and cloud platforms from malicious attacks, choosing the right deep packet inspection solution is crucial. This free advisory guide summarizes the pros and cons of building or buying deep packet inspection software that you should consider before making a decision.
Brochure Score: 0