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AppNeta Revolutionizes Network Performance Management With Most Complete SaaS Solution

AppNeta, the leading provider of cloud-delivered services for performance management, today announced the addition of device monitoring to its industry-leading suite of Network Performance Management (NPM) capabilities. This addition augments the end-to-end service visibility of AppNeta’s PathView Cloud service, which now brings network engineers and IT leaders the only solution in the market that integrates diagnostic monitoring and troubleshooting across all four elements of the network performance stack: path, packet, flow and device.

Traditional network performance management and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) solutions have historically shown just the status of network devices and the volume of data transmitted up to the edge of the network that is owned, which only provides limited visibility. The cloud-delivered PathView Cloud service offers an unprecedented 360º view into known, owned networks and beyond to the WAN, Internet, cloud services and third-party networks. As the only network performance management service to provide complete insight from every element of the network performance stack – path, packet, flow and device – PathView Cloud ensures the experience of application end users by providing visibility and analysis of network performance and application traffic.

“We are excited to offer a new approach to network performance management designed to monitor and evaluate today’s modern networks from one, integrated solution that looks across network paths, packet captures, flow data and device status,” said Jim Melvin, CEO, AppNeta. “We are taking network performance management to a new level where it can actually be easy, affordable, and provide visibility we know that you cannot get from traditional SNMP solutions today.”

With today’s launch of PathView Cloud with on-demand SNMP, the solution now offers extremely lightweight and intelligent device monitoring capabilities, continuously monitoring the performance across the network, and when an issue is detected, gathering the relevant data across network paths, packet captures, flow data and device status, so the problem can be located and resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible.

“I am very excited at the addition of device monitoring to AppNeta’s suite of network monitoring solutions,” said Michael Paynter, CEO, Tier3 Technologies. “We're always looking for cost-effective and unique solutions to meet our managed service needs for clients, and until now, I've been unable to find a solution that offers total visibility into all four elements of the performance stack. This service provides just what I have been looking for to help me meet client needs and our MSP offering objectives. I anticipate that the industry-first, on-demand SNMP capability will completely change our network monitoring approach.”

All existing PathView Cloud customers automatically receive the new on-demand SNMP monitoring capabilities. For more information or a free trial, visit www.appneta.com.

About AppNeta

AppNeta is revolutionizing IT Performance Management with the first cloud-delivered service for integrated, end-to-end visibility across networks and applications. AppNeta delivers an industry-first SaaS portfolio of End User Experience monitoring services with broad, cross application performance visibility and unprecedented network performance insight. AppNeta arms network and application engineers with the end-to-end visibility needed to know how users experience applications across the network. www.appneta.com

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