IT managers around the world are still struggling with network and application performance according to recent research by the Aberdeen Group. The data reveals that only 43% of organizations have implemented to capability to optimize and prioritize real-time performance for applications. Furthermore, only 34% of organizations can control network bandwidth usage based on application type.
“Many businesses are seeing tremendous growth of cloud and virtualization technologies and high-bandwidth applications, but can only be reactive to performance issues that occur as a result,” said Brendan Reid, VP of product marketing at Exinda. “Traditional approaches to dealing with network performance issues — increasing network capacity, automating performance monitoring and outsourcing strategic IT functions — are not effective in solving these issues. Without implementing solutions that give them visibility into their traffic and the ability to control performance, network managers cannot drive best-in-class results, assure application SLAs, and deliver high user satisfaction.”
You can read more here: More Than 60% of Organizations Not Prepared to Solve Next-Gen Application Challenges