December 08, 2010
WELLESLEY HILLS, Mass.. December 8, 2010--Apparent Networks, the leading provider of Remote Performance Management (RPM) solutions, today announced the release of AppView Web, an add-on web application performance monitoring module for the PathView Remote Performance Management suite of cloud-based services. AppView Web is the newest addition to the AppView collection of application-specific modules that bring the capabilities and value of Apparent Networks performance management solutions to the application-specific perspective (e.g. voice, video, web traffic, IP storage and backup).
“The AppView Web module adds another valuable capability to the suite of PathView Remote Performance Management services with the addition of website and cloud-based application monitoring. Now, network engineers and managed service providers finally know why they are seeing slow service performance from their remote offices and client sites”
AppView Web provides real-time insight out to any business critical websites and web-based applications for CRM, hosted email, hosted data storage and backup, voice, web conferencing and internal custom services. AppView Web offers unique measurement of live web transactions to understand the performance of any internal or external website from any location.
“The AppView Web module adds another valuable capability to the suite of PathView Remote Performance Management services with the addition of website and cloud-based application monitoring. Now, network engineers and managed service providers finally know why they are seeing slow service performance from their remote offices and client sites,” said Jim Melvin, CEO of Apparent Networks. “With AppView Web, visibility into any public or private website is available, from any remote location.”
AppView Web concurrently measures the pure network performance and detailed web performance activities from multiple locations, making it simple to identify the root cause of poor application performance, whether it is because of general network problems, traffic shaping, DNS resolution, or actual content delivery from the server. AppView Web leverages the PathView microAppliance to obtain the specific, real-time performance perspectives that are critical to end users and day-to-day business operations and productivity.
AppView Web will be featured in The Cloud Performance Center where visitors can regularly check-in to see how their business critical web-based applications such as www.saleseforce.com, www.webex.com, www.netsuite.com are performing from their various remote business locations.
To learn more about AppView Web, join Apparent Networks for a brief Introduction to AppView Web Webinar and live demonstration on Thursday December 9, 2010 at 2:00pm ET. Sign up at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/519320393
Pricing and Availability
With the purchase of PathView Cloud, all customers will receive a free trial of AppView Web that will continue until December 31, 2010. For more information about PathView Cloud and AppView Web, please call 1-800-508-5233 or visit www.apparentnetworks.com.
About Apparent Networks
Apparent Networks brings the award-winning PathView Remote Performance Management solutions to managed service providers, resellers and IT organizations, providing end-to-end visibility into network traffic, distributed applications and cloud-based services. The suite of RPM services, enabled by the zero-administration microAppliance, offers a cost-effective remote monitoring and management capability to diagnose underlying network problems, assess network readiness and monitor performance. Apparent Networks also supports the growing Powered By PathView Program which provides partners with the performance management capabilities they need to ensure exceptional, consistent IT service and customer satisfaction. www.apparentnetworks.com
Source: Apparent Networks
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