5G fixed wireless access service revenue expected to grow by $3.8 billion in 2023: Juniper Research

GUEST NOTE: There’s a lot at stake when an organization migrates from on-premises networks to the cloud.

Dealing with multiple cloud providers makes it difficult to identify security threats and performance bottlenecks and resolve issues. Additionally, enterprises and service providers face an increasingly dangerous threat landscape.

Omdia Network Monitoring Market Report discusses how visibility frameworks and deep observability pipelines are critical to ensuring consistent, pervasive visibility across the hybrid environment and should be considered early in the cloud migration process.

“The report confirms that deep observability capabilities are essential for any modern hybrid architecture, in which increased cloud migration, a strong security posture, and improved efficiency with network costs and security tools must be realized simultaneously,” says my company’s product marketing manager, Darshan Shah.

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Leverage network packet-level visibility

In the report, Omdia explains that vendors are seeing strong customer demand to leverage network packet-level visibility for a variety of cloud use cases, including:

• Cloud workload migration acceleration and risk management

• Extending on-premises security and compliance to the cloud

• Reduced cloud complexity and costs

• Aggregate and transform all data in motion (from network packets to applications) for better monitoring, especially in hybrid cloud environments.

The Omdia report highlights how organizations that take advantage of visibility frameworks can dramatically reduce the amount of traffic sent to their security and performance tools, reducing network monitoring costs.

For service providers, the report further suggests investing in network monitoring to support 5G deployments. With better visibility into the heart of mobile network packets, operators can better leverage their existing monitoring solutions and improve the quality of experience for their customers.

The ideal vendor, according to the report, will have evolved their solutions beyond basic packet capture and filtering. Their solutions must be able to aggregate and transform all data in motion for better monitoring, especially in hybrid cloud environments. Solutions for the 5G market must also support encryption and CUPS.

Omdia’s Principal Analyst, Telco IT and Operations, advises, “Visibility frameworks are critical to ensuring consistent, pervasive visibility across the entire hybrid environment and should be considered early in the planning process. moving to the cloud.”

His organization’s report shines a light on the full picture of modern network monitoring and how my company provides the deep observability essential to ensuring a secure and high-performing hybrid cloud network.

New Network Tool Efficiency Wizard shows how the proliferation of network and security tools and future spending on tools can be minimized. The wizard responds with answers to the following three questions:

• How do you rank network and security priorities?

• What network traffic are you sending to your tools?

• What is your annual network growth rate?

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