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Appliance released by Crescendo Networks

Submitted by on 17 February, 2019 – 4:32 pm

Marketing Builder Crescendo Networks application is officially announced to be launched soon add-on management appliance designed to monitor its application delivery controllers AppBeat. This program, called SC AppBeat Service Controller, will sport advanced warning capabilities, including an option to send alerts via Twitter.

Enable real-time and historical tracking of multiple controllers delivery AppBeat DC application deployed in one or more data centers, the SC AppBeat enables network administrators to create trend reports, and receive real-time alerts on conditions problem for the delivery of applications and networks. Key features include:
• The ability to collect and store network, device and service level information up to 18 months.
• The option to receive alerts through Twitter, email or SNMP, with the benefit of access to Twitter via mobile phones and web browsers
• The option to have the Crescendo Networks’ customer support team to monitor the user’s Twitter account as a service to expedite assistance when necessary.

The SC extends benefits AppBeat family AppBeat Crescendo QC application delivery controllers, the ADCs in the industry only to be implemented in a purpose hardware platform specifically designed to accelerate and optimize and monitor the submission of applications, as well as boosting the efficiency of servers and network. AppBeat series – including 1 Gbps, 4 Gbps and 10 Gbps drivers – than other solutions, because of a parallel processing architecture that allows multiple features to be activated without the normal performance degradation or resource contention. Web sites that use domain controllers AppBeat for application delivery usually see up to 70% improvement in response times on the site.

“The SC AppBeat is the first test and warning system for our line of AppBeat flagship application delivery controllers, and the mechanism of Twitter first description in the space,” said Adoram Ga’ash, CEO of Crescendo Networks. “Together, AppBeat DC and SC AppBeat Web properties provide the most advanced application delivery and monitoring infrastructure in the industry.”

The SC AppBeat will ship with pre-packaged alerts, and allow users to create custom scenarios warning. Alerts can range from degradation in response time and an influx of simultaneous HTTP requests for more complex control reports, as pre-defined variations in requests per second to attack problems like the site. Administrators can also use the alert system traffic volumes beyond a preset threshold mark to avoid premium charges for ISPs.

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