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Savvius’s mission is to enable business value through actionable visibility into the performance and security of your network infrastructure. We are a leading global provider of network performance and security appliances for data centers, enterprises, governments, and distributed offices.
Enterprise networks today are incredibly complex and amazingly fast. Savvius is able to take all of that network data and translate it into something actionable, relentlessly real time, and interactive. Companies needing visibility into their network and application performance will find the answer with Savvius.
ANPM has the potential to usher in two key benefits in network performance monitoring. The first and most obvious advantage is the amplification of network IT professionals’ time by freeing them to respond and resolve rather than monitor and react.
Savvius sells the complete recording and analysis solution to our customers. Included with each Omnipliance Portable is an Adapter for Omnipliance, Capture Engine software, and Omnipeek® software.
In this webinar, Chris Bloom, will take you through Savvius Insight’s browser-based VoIP dashboards that provide reporting of key performance indicators and long-term trending.
ESG Analyst reports, “Savvius’ approach with Spotlight provides actionable insights via a modern approach that is not encumbered by the limitations of the past, and that enables modern infrastructure management teams to be effective and efficient.”
Shawn Jackman from Clinical Mobility will join Savvius to discuss troubleshooting techniques for VoIP on wireless networks, including roaming performance.
Network professionals depend on knowing what is going on and, more importantly, what is going wrong on their network. An entirely new approach to network performance monitoring is required. In this paper, we discuss some of our findings.