Meanwhile, end users will also expect the enterprise IT team to be able to deliver end-to-end visibility on
performance and quality of the application services if they are to justify their cloud investment. Although SLAs
can be hard to enforce within a unified fabric scenario, moving forward, it will be essential for enterprises to
have the right tools to be able to quickly isolate and resolve issues before they result in major business
Cloud computing and
virtualization indeed are transforming the way in which IT is delivered and consumed. But as adoption continues to
rise, organizations require a unified view of network, server and application performance across physical and
virtual infrastructures to meet current SLAs and future demands.
Cruz is director of product management and marketing at SevOne.
Read more about data center in Network World's
Data Center section.