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Why Visibility and Automation Matter

February 24, 2016 — by Prakash Sinha0

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In today’s virtualized world, organizations are looking for a single pane of glass – for visibility to user, application and network health, real-time status and performance data that is relevant. Why is this important? And how does this tie into orchestration and automation?

When provisioning applications and network infrastructure on-demand, particular attention is required when responses are slowing down, so proactive monitoring is critical. It’s important to know when an application is not meeting its SLA requirements or security attacks may be impacting application performance. AND it’s important to know these issues before they become a business disruption.

Application Delivery

Application Service Level Assurance is Like Car Diagnostics

December 1, 2015 — by Frank Yue3

I own a car and drive it regularly.  I keep it maintained according to a schedule and make sure it is running well.  To ensure that vehicles are running properly, auto manufacturers introduced the on board diagnostics (OBD) standard.  Since 1996, the OBD-II standard has been required on all vehicles in the United States and Europe has the EOBD equivalent.

Application Delivery

Insights on How to Meet, Manage & Monitor Application SLA in Physical & Virtual Environments

April 3, 2014 — by Nir Ilani8

Last week I had the pleasure of co-hosting an InformationWeek webinar with Jim Metzler, a distinguished Research Fellow and also the Co-Founder at Ashton Metzler & Associates – whom I’ve known for years from various industry events and conferences. The webinar had over 400 participants and discussed why ensuring the SLA of websites and internal business-critical applications is extremely important to business functions and IT organizations. We also spoke about how Radware solutions can be utilized to deliver, monitor and manage application SLA, as well as drive web performance optimization, even during a cyber attack