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Network Performance Monitoring Tools Leave Gaps in Cloud Monitoring

Published: 27 May 2016

ID: G00301635

Analyst(s): Sanjit Ganguli

Summary

Migration to the cloud, in its various forms, creates a fundamental shift in network traffic that traditional network performance monitoring tools fail to cover. I&O leaders must consider cloud-centric monitoring technologies to fill visibility gaps.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Uncover Dangerous Blind Spots Left by Migration to the Cloud
  • Deploy Cloud-Centric Monitoring Technologies Alongside NPMD Tools to Shed Light on the Blind Spots
    • NPMD Technologies
    • Cloud-Centric Monitoring Technologies
  • Bottom Line

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