Fluke Networks

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Fluke Networks Brand support IT professionals responsible for delivering critical business services by managing end-to-end user experience of enterprise-wide application, network and VoIP performance on both wired and wireless networks.

Fluke Networks distributes our products in more than 50 countries. More information can be found by visiting Visual Network Systems web site at: www.flukenetworks.com/visual.

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Five Best Practices for Application-aware Network Performance Management (AANPM) Despite the fact that organizations and the network infrastructures that support them continue to grow in size and complexity, expectations regarding application performance are not being relaxed. One effective response is to establish clear and definitive visibility of application and service activity and from the network perspective.

Application-aware Network Performance Management (AANPM) practices and products are designed specifically for such purposes, providing detailed insights into exactly who is using which resources, what quality of experience is taking place, and where to look when things go wrong. Such information can significantly improve planning, monitoring, and troubleshooting efforts.
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Apr 7 2014
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  • Despite the fact that organizations and the network infrastructures that support them continue to grow in size and complexity, expectations regarding application performance are not being relaxed. One effective response is to establish clear and definitive visibility of application and service activity and from the network perspective.

    Application-aware Network Performance Management (AANPM) practices and products are designed specifically for such purposes, providing detailed insights into exactly who is using which resources, what quality of experience is taking place, and where to look when things go wrong. Such information can significantly improve planning, monitoring, and troubleshooting efforts.
  • It’s no longer enough to understand just the health of your endpoints or even the flow of traffic across them. As the demands on IT have increased, so has the importance of understanding the true end user experience when managing and monitoring the performance of both your infrastructure and your applications. When users experience poor performance it’s crucial to have visibility into that users actual experience. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how you can gain insight into individual user and even the individual transaction from a passive, agentless, network perspective.
  • In this on-demand webinar, we examine the challenges faced by Network Engineers when they are tasked with troubleshooting problems in the data center. At times, applications and network servers suffer poor performance and quality, requiring root cause analysis. Due to the complexity of these systems, this often requires packet-level visibility. The intermittent behavior of many of these performance problems requires 24/7 capture. The "Big Data and growing" nature of the data center makes finding network and application problems at the packet level like looking for a needle in a haystack.
  • In this 30 min. on-demand webcast you will learn about the concepts noted below and see a live demo showing how Visual TruView tackles Capacity Planning in just a few mouse clicks:

    -Understand Bandwidth Resources and Performance Tradeoffs – Bad performance does not necessarily mean that bandwidth is not sufficient. Knowing how busy links are, and for how long,is key to gauging the correlation between bandwidth and performance.

    -Use the Right Tools for the Job – Trying to detect over-utilization of bandwidth can be difficult when the tools are not well suited to the job. The key questions to answer are, has the link been over-utilized, for how long, and by what application and what end-user?

    -Account for Business Hours – Having a combination of real-time and back-in-time views allows IT to see what is happening more quickly, solve problems faster, and move on to more strategic initiatives efficiently.

    -Determine if is Bandwidth Being Used for Business? – There are two types of traffic, business and recreational. Obviously, business has priority, so it is important to know why a busy link is busy. Is it usage of a business application? Is it the breaking news story everyone is streaming to the desktop? Even if it is a business application causing congestion, does that application really need to consume that much bandwidth?

    -Streamline the Process – With networks growing quickly, the job of understanding what links are busy, when and why, gets more complex and time consuming. The amount of time taken to perform proactive capacity planning is the main reason why the job does not get done
  • Fluke Networks realizó recientemente un estudio de mercado con encuestados en todo el mundo para ver lo que realmente está pasando en las carreras y las mentes de los profesionales de cableado estructurado. Los resultados son claros: La industria está cambiando y sin pruebas y las herramientas de gestión adecuadas, dueños de negocios, gerentes de proyecto, y los instaladores de cableado caerás detrás de los tiempos. Si usted está experimentando:

    •Diversos niveles de habilidad con sus técnicos
    •Los instaladores que utilizan varios probadores y equipos para administrar las pruebas y la certificación de los trabajos
    •Establecer crece en complejidad, y sin un experto en los riesgos de instalación cometer errores costosos
    •La falta de familiaridad con los tipos de instalaciones o las normas de cableado
    Entonces usted entiende que es necesario que haya una mejor manera. El seminario web de Fluke Networks le guiará a través de nuestra investigación de la industria y proponer una solución.
  • Learn how to take network testing, troubleshooting and documentation to the next level with the portable OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet. See why over 157,457 people have recommended this product to their peers.
  • For most IT organizations, the health of the network is dependent on recognizing and eliminating performance degradation. Understanding how applications are behaving on the network is critical. Often times application performance data commonly comes from disparate tools and technologies, and bringing that data together effectively is too difficult to be practical, until now. In this session we’ll focus on the needs of the network engineers, managers, and operators that must be able to recognize, characterize, troubleshoot, and communicate details of how applications and services perform as they transit the network.
  • Learn how successful IT teams are gaining actionable visibility to solve network and application performance problems fast, making the “War Room” a thing of the past.

    Whether you call it a war room, tiger team or just your regular weekly meeting, IT organizations struggle to understand and agree on problem domain and root cause of application performance issues when faced with uncorrelated data, confrontation and hidden agendas. The toxic war room environment makes it difficult to solve problems quickly and efficiently and breeds long-term cooperation issues between IT teams.

    Join Fluke Networks and Chris Greer, Network and Application Analyst at Packet Pioneer who will share how correlated performance analytics and portable instrumentation that analyzes the wired and wireless infrastructure allows organizations to minimize lost revenues from performance degradation and solve problems faster by fostering collaboration across IT silos and eliminate those pesky war room meetings once and for all.
  • Get a leg up on intermittent problems, watch this webinar to learn how OptiView XG v10 can inject test traffic to measure network performance, examine the traffic's impact on infrastructure, spot ongoing problems, expose intermittent issues, and map out exactly where problems are located.
  • When a business rolls out IT systems to run its operations, the basic foundation on which the system is built is the network that carries the traffic. To be able to solve problems in such a complex environment, it's vitally important to know what is happening on the network. Whether it's the behavior of the applications, behavior of the users or rogue elements that interfere with application delivery, knowing what is going on is half the battle of solving the problem.

    This short video will discuss why having a well-designed workflow for identifying suspect traffic patterns and finding even the smallest volume of interesting data can make the difference in finding the culprit of pesky performance problems.

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