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I Got 99 Problems But Application Visibility Ain’t One

- January 9, 2013 - 0 Comments

Do you have trouble viewing, controlling, and troubleshooting the causes of poor end-user application experience?

You may be suffering from low application visibility in your network, a side-effect of the flood of devices pouring into your workplace, the phenomenon commonly known as BYOD.

Symptoms include: difficulty prioritizing mission-critical applications and subflows, incorrect network capacity planning, overloaded bandwidth, network downtime, poor quality of experience for users, and major headache for IT.

Luckily for you, Cisco has Application Visibility & Control (AVC) for Wireless!

Cisco AVC solves all the problems of low application visibility and more with its integrated suite of Cisco technologies, including Network-Based Application Recognition 2 (NBAR2) and NetFlow version 9. NBAR2 can identify more than 1000 applications and support application categorization, with the ability to update the protocol definition; while NetFlow version 9 selects and exports data of interest, allowing for easy consumption of application performance statistics by Cisco and third-party management tools.

Check out this short 2 minute video on the basics of AVC:

For more information, check out Cisco AVC for Wireless

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