Posts Tagged ‘network monitoring’

Navigating network gridlock

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

WTI serial console server products and power reboot products provide excellent tools for remote management and control of network elements such as blade servers, firewalls and other devices …

IT teams face a daunting task when it comes to managing increasingly complex network and application environments without a corresponding increase in time or resources.

Every network is like a set of Lego blocks, with interlocked components carefully customized and shaped. While the network may function efficiently in the beginning, over time, it must accommodate new technologies, applications, protocols, and the growing coverage of remote workers, which means even more interlocked pieces. A well-performing network is an absolute requirement for supporting the critical operations of any business, and the primary goal of network management is to ensure that users get the quality of service they expect. The network should be transparent to them – providing the infrastructure needed to conduct business – and should never impair productivity.

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