Ipanema Technologies, a provider of application performance management products, introduced release v7.1 of its Automatic Networking System. The company says the new release includes enhancements that improve application visibility, control and performance, giving large enterprises—particularly those using cloud computing—the ability to manage increased data volumes.

ANS v7.1 uses a new software architecture and faster deep packet inspection (DPI), tripling its high-end device performance capabilities to as high as 20,000 new connections per second. Intelligent device clustering guarantees business application performance up to 10GBPS. As a result, Ipanema says, companies are better able to cope with the significant data traffic growth they are now experiencing.

Other additional ANS v7.1 enhancements include a new Cloud Application Monitoring (CAM) report, which allows enterprises to better understand and control cloud application usage and performance from the user perspective in the branch offices; and virtual appliances that can be deployed as an alternative to hardware appliances in virtualized data centers and branch offices.

ANS v7.1 enables hybrid deployments of physical and virtual devices that work together to control and optimize all application traffic across an organization, Ipanema says.

“Enterprises will continue to move to the cloud, increasingly virtualizing their infrastructure, using more hosted computing capacity and making SaaS [software-as-a-service] applications mainstream,” Béatrice Piquer-Durand, vice president of marketing at Ipanema, said in a statement. “They need tools to control and guarantee business application performance in this fast-moving and complex environment.”

 

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