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Learn about RTOs, what causes TCP retransmission timeouts, and how to eliminate them quickly to improve application performance.
What are tinygrams? When do they arise? Are they a problem? What can I do about them and how do I do it?
You might use some sort of basic server monitoring already, but there can still be delays between the time a server crashes and when the IT team is notified.
When troubleshooting network issues, you need to not only see which users and applications are using the network, but also how efficiently they are using it.
John Smith, a 16-year IT veteran and Citrix expert, shares his journey from skeptic, to enthusiastic user, to ExtraHop solutions architect.
Learn how to get answers quickly for SharePoint questions that teams can spend days trying to tease out with legacy monitoring tools with real time SharePoint tools from ExtraHop.
Read the new Aberdeen Group report that shows the value and benefits for companies that adopt new, end-to-end approaches to application performance management (APM).
Read a case study on how Practice Fusion moved to preventing application performance issues by enabling DevOps and IT Operations across all tiers of network environment.
Read how the Splunk App for ExtraHop enables IT teams to record important real-time metrics in Splunk that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to log.
Learn how version 3.7 of the ExtraHop system helps IT teams better visualize application performance with features like geomaps and role-based dashboards.
Subscription-based pricing significantly lowers the cost of entry and risk when deploying enterprise-grade APM capabilities.
IT Operations teams responsible for numerous applications have different needs than outlined in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for APM.
While we at ExtraHop love the higher-order application protocols like HTTP, the SQL family, and memcache, we are fascinated by TCP. Obsessed, even.
In talking with IT Operation teams, we hear a common complaint: other APM products leave them to try to correlate events by sifting through a flood of data.
A complementary, best-of-breed approach to APM tends to appeal to technologists, but the appeal should extend to business decision-makers as well.
Virtual appliances for network-based APM help IT teams manage P2V migrations and monitor real-time application performance for virtual environments.
The Forrester APM Market Overview proposes an APM reference model that customers can use to plan their APM strategies and evaluates 26 APM vendors in the context of the reference model.
Besides product fit and cost, organizations should consider the innovation when choosing an application performance monitoring (APM) solution.
Most companies are lucky to roll out two or three new products or updates in a year. ExtraHop Networks launched seven significant product enhancements in 2011.