Digital transformation has brought endless benefits of agility, flexibility, and scalability with public, private and hybrid cloud environments, software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), and software-defined data centers (SDDC). In the thick of such advancements, uninterrupted, high-quality service delivery entails real-time, holistic view for identifying issues and adept troubleshooting tools to fix them. This is where NETSCOUT’s prowess lies. With its business assurance solutions, the company propagates the visibility and insights required to speed up, transform, and innovate organizational networks and services for improved and affordable delivery.
NETSCOUT introduced the patented technology—Adaptive Service Intelligence (ASI)—which is prevalently used by multi-million dollar enterprises to identify potential issues way before they start adversely affecting any of the critical business functions.
The company’s patented technology provides trusted and comprehensive real-time insights into the performance of the network, applications and user communities. All these capabilities enable CIOs and other IT staff members to predict, preempt, and resolve network and service delivery problems while facilitating the optimization and capacity planning of the network infrastructure. “By viewing the overall traffic patterns and analyzing transactional data, organizations can better understand what network and other service delivery infrastructure components can handle, and where they need to expand or compress the computing or bandwidth,” notes Singhal.
Since “Smart data” is arguably the best source of data for service assurance and business analytics, NETSCOUT plans to take its rich legacy forward by offering most advanced solutions to make organizations more effective, secure and productive. “Overall, we continue to make important progress to further evaluate our value proposition with both enterprise and service provider customers and help them advance a wide range of digital transformation initiatives, including virtualization and the cloud,” concludes Singhal.