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Network Application Management


Business applications typically use a complex infrastructure to meet business needs. Network Application Management solutions address the application and framework specific optimization issues through a wide portfolio of Application Delivery Controllers and Application Performance Monitoring platforms.

Application Delivery Controllers

Application Delivery Controllers Definition: The Application Delivery Controller (ADC), formerly named AFE (Application Front End) and Server Load Balancer (SLB) respectively represents the unique point of access and control of how an application is delivered, ...

Application Performance Monitoring

Application Performance Monitoring (Application Performance Management) – APM - assesses and monitors the performance of software applications. Being given that applications depend on many factors – network performance, network devices, servers and operating ...


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