Enterprises Removing Network Blind Spots To Ensure the Best Possible User Experience

MuleSoft, Atlanta Braves, International Red Cross, Salt River Project, Linear Systems, Mission Health, Creative Arts Agency among the newest companies embracing Nyansa’s Voyance network analytics platform to get a tighter grip on user performance management

Nyansa, Inc. (“knee-ans-sah”), a fast-growing innovator of a new generation of network analytics software technology, today announced that its big data user performance management platform, Voyance, has been chosen by some of the country’s leading enterprises to address the need for greater visibility into and control over client performance on corporate computer access networks.

Mulesoft, the Atlanta Braves, International Red Cross, Mission Health, Salt River Project, Linear Systems and Creative Arts Agency are among the newest companies to leverage Nyansa’s Voyance user performance management platform  to tackle the growing challenge of ensuring the best possible client network experience in the midst of unstoppable user mobility, public cloud applications and IoT device proliferation within enterprise environments.

“Classical vendor-specific solutions merely provide a glimpse into a very small slice of the network but nowhere close to what’s required for IT staff to have the complete picture essential to fixing a multiplicity of issues impacting user performance in today’s modern networks,” said Anand Srinivas, Co-Founder and CTO at Nyansa.

Today’s enterprise network infrastructures are now inextricably linked to strategic business goals and user productivity. The widespread use of Wi-Fi for mobility and cloud-based applications, coupled with the explosion of diverse devices now in use on corporate networks has created a new sense of urgency for enterprises across every business sector to increase user productivity.

Consequently, companies must ensure pristine performance and non-stop service availability of their business networks to remain competitive. This is driving organizations to embrace advanced solutions that leverage big data analytics, cloud computing and machine learning technologies to help predict where user network issues are hiding and how to fix them before they happen.

Traditional end user experience monitoring and management technologies that focus on availability, response time and transaction completion rates at the interface between a single user and an application execution instance are proving insufficient in assessing how users regard application or service quality.

As the complexity of enterprise access networks grows, quantifying user performance is a complex and multi-faceted process that requires a complete view of client interaction with the network across all layers of the IP stack.

“The market is quickly realizing that we have effectively transformed the traditional infrastructure management model using a new era of advances in analytics, cloud computing and machine learning technologies,” continued Srinivas. “This allows enterprises to move beyond a passive monitoring posture. By constantly analyzing every client network transaction across the network and automatically comparing them with each other, we are now providing infrastructure performance insights previously not possible.”

Voyance from Nyansa is now the world’s largest enterprise network analytics service in use, analyzing over 4 million client events each week across hundreds of production environments.

Unlike traditional infrastructure management approaches, Voyance effectively eliminates the costly and cumbersome manual analysis of mountains of network data. By constantly measuring every client network transaction, Voyance surfaces IT insights that now empower enterprises to proactively predict, find and fix device, network service and application issues impacting user performance.

For the first time, network teams now have a single source of truth for all client and infrastructure incidents along with the ability to quickly pinpoint and remediate problems that degrade user productivity due to any sort of network service disruption.

Nyansa is a fast-growing, Silicon Valley based innovator of advanced IT analytics software technology. Venture-backed by Intel Capital and Formation |8, the company was founded in September 2013. Nyansa is credited with developing the first full-stack, vendor-agnostic, cloud-based user performance management platform called Voyance. With it, organizations are able to automate the end-to-end analysis and correlation or critical infrastructure data to improve the productivity, performance and security of critical devices on the wired/wireless network.

The world’s largest and only public SaaS IT analytics service available today, Voyance currently analyzes user network traffic from over 20 million client devices across thousands of customer sites at companies including Tesla, Uber, Lululemon, Home Depot, MuleSoft, SF International Airport, Stanford, Northeast Georgia Healthcare System and many others.

Purpose-built for quantifying the user experience within increasingly mobile enterprise network environments. Voyance is the only analytics system that analyzes every wired and wireless client network transaction in real time and over time. With Voyance, organizations can now proactively predict client problems, optimize their network and justify infrastructure changes based on actual user, network and application data. This serves to improve user productivity while radically reducing the time and expense related to optimizing IT network operations from the client to the cloud.


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