NetQoS Integrates F5 Metrics to Improve Performance Monitoring : Integration Brings F5 Performance Views into NetQoS Performance Center for Improved Application Delivery

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NetQoS® Inc. announced that performance and availability views from F5 Networks, Inc. devices are now available in the NetQoS Performance Center. The integration provides real-time performance metrics in a single Web-based management console supporting multiple devices from F5, the global leader in Application Delivery Networking. In addition to ease of access and strengthened security, joint customers will benefit from the NetQoS Performance Center’s analysis and alerting capabilities to more quickly address network problems and improve application delivery across the network.

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By integrating with F5, NetQoS can help simplify the increasingly complex challenge of monitoring network and application performance across an organization. For joint customers this means a single view into an unlimited number of F5 devices and detailed performance metrics delivered in real time through the NetQoS Performance Center.

"F5 devices are a critical component of the application delivery infrastructure that network, operations, and infrastructure personnel must optimize to keep their businesses running smoothly," said Jim Ritchings, vice president of business development at F5. "By integrating with F5, NetQoS can help simplify the increasingly complex challenge of monitoring network and application performance across an organization. For joint customers this means a single view into an unlimited number of F5 devices and detailed performance metrics delivered in real time through the NetQoS Performance Center."

The NetQoS Performance Center delivers the most comprehensive performance visibility available for the F5® BIG-IP® Local Traffic Manager™ and BIG-IP Global Traffic Manager™ solutions. The combination enables IT professionals to better plan investments in new content delivery hardware, accurately size and configure new IT deployments, verify the impact investments have on application delivery, and solve performance issues in complex data center environments.

"Customers have been requesting that NetQoS integrate F5 statistics into the NetQoS Performance Center for a more comprehensive view of network and application performance across an organization," said Gordon Daugherty, senior vice president of corporate development for NetQoS. "By incorporating the performance and availability metrics from F5 devices, the NetQoS Performance Center will help joint customers solve problems faster and make more informed decisions in infrastructure changes and capacity planning."

Available now, the integration is offered free of charge to NetQoS Performance Center customers and supports an unlimited number of F5 devices. NetQoS will be demonstrating the integration at the F5 Partner Summit in New Orleans on July 28. For more information, visit http://www.netqos.com/resourceroom/datasheets/F5%20datasheet.pdf.

About NetQoS Performance Center

The NetQoS Performance Center unlocks the intelligence needed to quantify network and application performance across an entire organization with end-to-end application response time monitoring, network traffic analysis, device performance management, long-term packet capture and analysis, and VoIP performance monitoring. Via a single Web-based management console, the NetQoS Performance Center integrates the data in customized views to help organizations optimize application delivery, solve problems faster, mitigate the risks from change, and make the most efficient use of resources. With role-specific views for different groups in an IT organization, such as network engineering, operations, IT service managers, and IP telephony management, the NetQoS Performance Center enables staff at all levels to:

Measure end-user application response times Provide consistent application service delivery Understand how infrastructure changes affect network and application performance Isolate performance problems to the application, server, or network Identify the applications and users consuming bandwidth, and when Avoid unnecessary WAN costs Correlate network performance to VoIP call quality of experience Manage the convergence of voice, video and data Identify virus or denial of service attacks and unauthorized application usage About NetQoS Inc.

NetQoS software and services help service providers, government agencies, and large enterprises – including half of the Fortune 100 – improve the delivery of applications over wide area networks by enabling them to monitor application service levels, troubleshoot problems quickly, and plan for change. Representative NetQoS customers include Chevron, Lockheed Martin, American Express, Hilton Hotels, Siemens, Boeing, Deutsche Telekom, NASA, and Barclays Global Investors. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NetQoS has R&D centers in Austin and Raleigh, N.C., and regional sales offices in London and Singapore. For more information, visit http://www.netqos.com or call 877-835-9575.

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