Cloud: Challenges facing network engineers
MANCHESTER, UK – (19-11-12) - Network engineers are seeing challenges due to Cloud changing the way IT departments are organised. The risks associated with outsourcing key aspects of an organisation’s IT system need to be managed.
MANCHESTER, UK – (19-11-12) - Network engineers are seeing challenges due to Cloud changing the way IT departments are organised. The risks associated with outsourcing key aspects of an organisation’s IT system need to be managed in a highly visual way so that, if anything should go wrong, problems can be diagnosed swiftly.
To cope with these challenges, Fluke Network’s Visual Performance Manager (VPM) delivers a highly detailed and granular view of what is happening not only over the networks controlled by the organisation’s own network engineers, but also in those areas of the network supported by Cloud providers.
Operational risks associated with moving to a cloud provision model are clear: infrastructure, platforms, software and services delivered ’as a service’ are still key to the functioning of any business and so if a problem occurs, or the network slows down, then it’s important to understand where the source of the problem lies - that requires total visibility.
Visual Performance Manager can clearly identify faults or bottlenecks so that network engineer responsible for solving the problem can swiftly do so.
Additionally, Fluke Networks has produced a survey of the risks Network Engineers face due to Cloud, as well as how these risks can be dealt with or avoided. Download the free whitepaper, Balancing Business & Risk in the Cloud, to find out more.
For a broader view of the challenges faced by network engineers, and testing and monitoring solutions delivered by the Visual line of product from Fluke Networks, visit www.networkchallenges.com/.
- Contact Information
- Roger Holder
- EMEA Field Marketing Manager
- Fluke Networks
- (44) (0) 1244 767175
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