Visibility as a Service improves productivity, decreases business risk and reduces IT costs by providing the right visibility services for your business application performance and IT infrastructure, enabling a permanent optimization process within your business.
Migration to cloud-hosted workloads and applications changes the depth of traffic flows and increases the need for strict and precise third-party management.
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Five reasons to choose Visibility as a Service
Assess and control your IT business risk
Increase your business productivity and optimize end-user experience
Improve your brand reputation and image
Optimize your investments and your return on investment (ROI)
Ensure optimization from Day 1 by customizing the service based on your needs
How does it work?
Visibility as a Service provides a large set of “as-a-service” features for visibility and optimization of your IT infrastructure using best-of-breed tools.
Based on your needs today and as they evolve, the service can include NPM (network performance monitoring), DEM (digital end-user experience), APM (application performance monitoring), AI (artificial intelligence), etc. We use tools from Riverbed, ThousandEyes and Live Action to customize the solution that best fits your needs and business priorities.
VaaS provides the following deliverables to your relevant technical and business owners, as needed:
- Assess with your teams' business visibility priorities
- Design windows accordingly
- Show your real IT situation
- Analyze your true IT performance
- Act and recommend optimizations and corrections
- Support your IT changes and evolution
Visibility as a Service can help you find the answers you need
- What application performance are my users experiencing?
- What is my network performance from site to site and from site to application?
- What component is impairing my network and application performance?
- Which users or servers are facing issues?
- What impact has an IT change had (for instance, a migration to Microsoft 365 and Teams)?
- What is my SaaS performance, and how can I challenge my SaaS providers?
- How is application performance for homeworkers? And Wi-Fi users?
- How can I define XLAs/SLAs for my IT customers?
- And many more