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High Availability of Web Apps for eCommerce Starts with Real-Time Flow Analysis

The network is the platform: it’s the underpinning of the IT infrastructure that touches everything, from email to financials to corporate and e-commerce websites. Years of layering on advanced technologies, like unified communications and virtualized data centers, on top of the core IT infrastructure have added levels of complexity, making it sometimes difficult to determine where the bottlenecks are in terms of high availability and performance.

With the advent of Infrastructure-as-a-Services (Iaas), compute, storage and networking power that is essentially leased in the cloud like a utility, and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), on-line development environments in which applications are developed innately in and for the cloud, the iterative problem of how well your web applications perform, degrade with security controls turned on, and avoid traditional latency buffers, has become front and center as the primary choke point to mitigate endpoint quality of service concerns.

So while you may know high availability of applications is a technical issue that you want to keep off your 99-problem list, what are the business implications that justify web app performance mechanisms to mitigate inadvertent degradation by legacy IT infrastructure liabilities?

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