We were delighted to announce this week our partnership with ExtraHop Networks which you can read all about on MSP Mentor, TMCnet, and Data Centre Solutions.
To the untrained eye, doing business with the federal government can seem daunting, but SevOne has been active in this segment for a few years now. With hard work and perseverance, the rewards are tremendous. We certainly feel we are making a positive difference for our country in helping our government customers improve network performance and keep their increasingly complex applications functioning at peak performance levels.
With the new "Cloud First" initiative in the United States, government agencies and IT contractors must give priority to web-based applications and cloud services. More specifically, Cloud First requires agencies to choose a cloud solution, if one exists, before initiating any new IT program. As of this year, it requires agencies to move one service to the cloud within 12 months and two additional services to the cloud within 18 months. However, it should be no surprise to any of us that less than half of Federal agencies anticipate meeting these goals, as reported in MeriTalk’s Federal Cloud Weather Report. That’s certainly not going to please President Obama, who already has a low opinion of government IT, from his refusal to give up his BlackBerry to some recent off camera comments that “Government IT is horrible.”
There demand for a new network performance management solutions in the Asia-Pacific region and central to our strategy is meeting this global demand through partnerships. Recently we announced a new partnership that brings the SevOne network performance management solutions to the Asia-Pacific region. Our new partner is Terilogy, a Japan-based leading global provider of service assurance solutions that helps service providers and enterprises to improve and achieve better returns from their complex IT infrastructures.
What is Ethernet backhaul and why is it important to mobile and MSO operators? Watch this whiteboard video with SevOne CTO, Vess Bakalov to find out his thoughts on this topic.
With the explosion of wireless devices in the industry, carriers are gearing up for what is sure to be a massive growth in wireless data. The majority of carriers in North America are now selling almost 3 smart phones for every “regular” phone. This represents a shift in the industry, as more and more consumers are looking to have content delivered to their phone and use their phone as more than just a way to “call home.”
When I was asked a few months ago to represent SevOne at the Wireshark Roadshow in Germany at the end of March 2011, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. It sounded like an interesting event to attend, as my immediate interest was to validate how SevOne complements packet capture and deep packet inspection. Wireshark is heavily focused on packet analysis, and there are products out there, such as WildPackets, that provide expert systems for capturing and analyzing critical packets that can often be just a few out of millions, if not billions.
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