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Too often, application performance monitoring and management of the enterprise infrastructure is limited to the lower tiers of the seven-layer network stack. With respect to application performance monitoring and analysis, the natural inclination is to focus on the servers, routers, switches, and other equipment that comprise the physical network architecture, as well as the protocols, links, and circuits that allow these components to communicate. What’s often overlooked, or treated as a separate issue, is application performance monitoring.

Describes how to verify installation and quality of carrier Ethernet installation, e.g., when and how to administer a speed and latency test.

Network analysis offers insights into what is happening not only over the WAN, but also on the local area network (LAN) at each location. Information pertaining to traffic flows, protocols, and even individual data packets can empower the IT organization responsible for the network to keep it operating at peak performance.

Learn about how network forensics analysis takes traditional protocol analysis to the next level by extending the duration that the analyzer can capture packets with the latest capture, storage and analysis technology.

The goal of network monitoring is to provide a depiction of operations so potential problems can be proactively avoided, and anomalies that do occur can be detected, isolated, and resolved with a minimum mean-time-to-repair.

Learn the root causes of LAN problems and best practices, tools and training for successful LAN troubleshooting.

Get the basics on wireless network standards, wireless lan security and wireless troubleshooting and tools as part of an overall Wireless Lifecycle approach.