Network application performance

Enterprises demand reliable and consistent performance from the networking applications they rely on to do their jobs and to support their businesses. Learn more about the steps enterprises are taking to improve network application management and understand how performance management is shaping application architecture. Discover how new tools are solving performance woes.

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  • traffic shaping

    Traffic shaping, also known as packet shaping, is a congestion management method that regulates network data transfer by delaying the flow of less important or less desired packets. Continue Reading

  • SD-WAN vs. load balancing: How are they different?

    SD-WAN can use load balancing for WAN connections, but it doesn't require load balancing to work. Compare some of the similarities and differences between the two. Continue Reading

  • bandwidth

    Network bandwidth is the capacity of a wired or wireless network communications link to transmit the maximum amount of data from one point to another over a computer network or internet connection in a given amount of time -- usually, one second. Continue Reading

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