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Talari Unveils Network Performance Management Software

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Talari Networks, Inc., a leading innovator in network reliability and business continuity solutions, today announced APN (Adaptive Private Networking) Aware, a software-based centralized monitoring application that supports Talari's family of WAN appliances. Aware gives IT teams a holistic and unified view of real-time status and historical reporting on the quality of every individual link on a Wide Area Network (WAN). This allows them to identify and fix network problems more quickly and achieve higher availability and quality of their network. Aware gives IT teams network performance statistics and reports at a very granular level across the entire WAN, which can also empower network managers with data that can be used to enforce SLA contracts with service providers. Talari is showcasing Aware for the first time at Enterprise Connect 2014 next week in Orlando, booth #1731.

“When you’re running a business, success depends on every facet of a company operating at peak performance, and these days business performance is predicated on systems performance,” said Peter Christy, Research Director, Networks, 451 Research. “Talari’s APN Aware helps ensure this performance by providing a detailed view of the wide area network and the applications running on it. This insight includes a window into what matters most to each IT team member, whether looking at application performance, virtual networking or physical infrastructure.”

Talari’s APN appliances build a detailed map of all paths through the WAN, the downtime, loss, latency and jitter on each path, and the bandwidth used by each application that traverses the WAN. The Talari APN solution then uses this information to build a virtual network overlay on the physical WAN and direct traffic down the optimal path based on network conditions and organization policies. With the introduction of Aware, Talari is now exposing this data. From a centralized location, Aware gathers the WAN's physical, virtual and application data from APN appliances throughout the network and stores it in a single database. Aware allows IT teams to analyze current and historical network and application performance via interactive graphical maps, graphs and tables that can be displayed from different perspectives. This lets IT teams take action for the purpose of troubleshooting, network and capacity planning, ROI analysis and SLA confirmation.

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