A company with thousands of remote employees connecting to the same SaaS applications will randomly experience slowness. How can we troubleshoot this sluggishness?
If you haven’t heard of network observability, you soon will, and you’ll be hearing it a lot. Some say it is just marketing hype and that networks have always been observable. This post will explore why that’s not the case.
With network observability from Kentik in New Relic One, you can correlate and analyze all of your telemetry data in one place: your applications, infrastructure, digital experience, and network data.
Edgeworx is one of Kentik’s largest and most active channel partners, specialized in the Canadian region. In this Q&A, we highlight a bit about who they are and what they do.
Network observability is a concise way to describe how NPM solutions are evolving to support IT organizations that are embracing DevOps and the cloud. In this post, EMA Analyst Shamus McGillicuddy takes a deeper dive into network observability.
Africa’s regional internet registry, AFRINIC, is involved in a legal dispute over an increasingly valuable commodity: IPv4 address space. Kentik’s Doug Madory takes a deeper look at what’s happening.
How do you pinpoint latency problems between systems in a hybrid or multi-cloud environment? It requires insight into the complete path, end-to-end, hop-by-hop.
Most of us have experienced packet loss, like standing in line at the store when the clerk says, “The system is really slow today.” For NetOps teams, would you guess the problem was packet loss or latency? How would you confirm your answer? In this post, we’ll share how you can proactively find and fix these issues.