Network Performance refers to the level of quality of service of a telecommunications product as seen by the customer. It should not be seen merely as an attempt to get "more through" the network. Performance can also be modelled instead of measured; one example of this is using state transition diagrams to model queuing performance in a circuit-switched network.
In this report, we'll look at the challenges that businesses are facing when it comes to understanding network and application performance, and how the lack of network information can lead to bad performance, low user satisfaction, compliance issues and costly downtime.
In the world of network management, knowledge is power. But many organizations know a lot less about their network than they think. With proper network auditing and configuration, businesses can fill this knowledge gap.
The goal of understanding and managing service behavior remains elusive. Failure to adopt operational practices such as service portfolio management, process refinement, consolidation of tools, and consolidation of the organizational entities themselves explain most of the trouble.
The Riverbed SteelCentral network performance management suite of products provides considerable advantages over those of JDSU Network Instruments because of its breadth, depth and ease of use to quickly understand and pinpoint the root cause of performance problems.
University of East Anglia wished to create a “green” HPC resource, increase compute power and support research across multiple operating systems. Platform HPC increased compute power from 9 to 21.5 teraflops, cut power consumption rates and costs and provided flexible, responsive support.
Packed with everything you need to know about Hadoop analytics, this handy guide provides you with a solid understanding of the critical big data concepts and trends, and suggests ways for you to revolutionize your business operations through the implementation of cost-effective, high performance Hadoop technology.