Today’s digital world runs on the enterprises’ ability to build a great customer experience anytime, anywhere. This requires instant access to information and a fundamental shift in how enterprises think about datacentres.
Shifts in datacentre transformation strategies and projects have become unavoidable over the last year as companies, employees, and IT organisations respond to the dynamic demands presented by the global health crisis.
Goal is speed, agility, convenience, cost-effectiveness
Companies have moved to public and private clouds, co-location facilities, the edge cloud, and evolving datacentres using virtualisation and software-defined networks. The goal is speed, agility, convenience, and cost-effectiveness.
Acceleration in the public cloud and SaaS adoption and migrations will be key focus areas for organisations in the coming months.
One challenge for businesses is migrating data across various cloud environments, private, public, hybrid
With unprecedented changes in the world of work, datacentre transformation has become more critical than ever. Networks are overburdened as a new flood of data from IoT devices began streaming in from every corner of the globe.
One key challenge for businesses is migrating data across various cloud environments, private, public, or hybrid. Additionally, as data is dispersed across multiple complex environments, gaining visibility into data and storage infrastructures has become increasingly difficult.
Networks are overburdened as a new flood of data from IoT devices begins streaming in from every corner
Data access is the lifeblood of the digital enterprise, but increased infrastructure complexity, cloud visibility silos, and application dependencies make it hard to deliver a consistent, secure user experience.
Supporting a seamless digital experience and datacentre operations amidst strict time constraints, limited resources, and a lack of system-wide visibility is nearly impossible.
As data is dispersed across complex environments, gaining visibility into storage has become increasingly difficult
NETSCOUT’s enterprise data solutions are adopted across various verticals, including manufacturing, hospitals, retail, e-commerce, and financial services. NETSCOUT solutions for datacentres are used across industries to improve IT efficiencies, gain visibility across cloud environments and applications, and consolidate datacentre operations.
These solutions offer several benefits to end-users, including lower operating expenses, a single-vendor approach to service assurance, smart visibility, and packet broker technology. Visibility enhancements also allow network operators to meet their targets for reliable business application performance and reduced downtime instances. Thus, these solutions allow organisations to optimise datacentre capabilities effectively, improving the overall performance of these enterprises.
Data access is the lifeblood of the digital enterprise
NETSCOUT’s market-leading solutions, nGeniusONE Service Assurance and the award-winning synthetic testing offering, nGeniusPULSE, work to ensure network and application performance and provide critical insights into the end-user experience.
This product can map, measure, and test user experience and performance, throughout legacy, private, and public cloud environments, providing enterprises with the intelligence to assess, plan, migrate, and cloud-optimise their applications and boost customer experiences.
Infrastructure complexity, cloud visibility silos, application dependencies make it hard to deliver a consistent user experience
As datacentres race toward software-centric solutions and underlying network designs evolve, IT teams and service providers look for ways to maximise investments with agile solutions designed to grow with the network.
NETSCOUT’s ISNG software and hardware appliance options provide industry-best flexibility for strategic deployment throughout the enterprise, government, commercial, and service provider networks.
With changes in the world of work, datacentre transformation has become more critical than ever while networks remain overburdened with flood of data.