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Avoid online infrastructure blind spots with Internet Performance Management
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Many companies have embraced a cloud strategy for key technology initiatives. With the widespread adoption of cloud‐based services, enterprise Infrastructure and Operational teams can now strategically evaluate which services are best delivered in‐house and which are more effectively delivered by hosted service providers. By leveraging Internet Performance Management (IPM) services, you can confidently migrate critical functions to the cloud and improve your operational capabilities by focusing on the projects that are most critical to your business. Performance management tools, such as application performance management (APM) and network performance management (NPM), can help organizations address concerns about moving to the cloud. In addition to these tools, Internet Performance Management (IPM) tools are a critical component to help companies monitor, control, and optimize their online infrastructure assets. Internet Performance is defined by the end‐to‐end user experience for an Internet user who accesses a company’s web assets or applications. Potentially thousands of variables can affect that experience: from the end user’s device hardware and operating system to the company’s back- end web server infrastructure — and everything in between. Internet Performance Management tools enable enterprise infrastructure and operations (I&O) teams to proactively monitor and analyze network issues before they become network problems. Whether selecting a data center location or your next cloud provider location, IPM tools give you the insight to do this intelligently, thereby avoiding some issues altogether. The growth and increasing reliance on the global Internet and cloud services has created blind spots in Enterprise infrastructure monitoring. Learn how to fill those caps with IPM.