Broadcom

San Jose, CA, USA
1991
  |  By Alec Pinkham
The world relies on the cloud which means that organizations are fundamentally reliant on third-party networks to access these critical cloud resources. While cloud adoption decisions are largely made by executive teams, the responsibility of performance and availability falls squarely on the shoulders of network operations teams.
  |  By Adeesh Fulay
“We are drowning in noise all day long! Please help us!” -Every IT operations team Rich monitoring data is more important than ever for IT operations to manage the range of technology platforms and inter-connected systems the business runs on. One natural result of this is there are more signals and more noise that vie for operator attention.
  |  By Alec Pinkham
Continued cloud adoption is leading to an increasing reliance on internet services, and on a complex mix of external service providers and technologies to deliver those services. For network operations teams, these moves significantly reduce visibility into the performance of the underlying infrastructure that business services depend upon. In spite of this diminishing visibility and control, these teams remain responsible for network performance.
  |  By David Hardman
What is the quality of your network? More to the point, what is the quality of the network experience? Do your employees think that your network is slow? Merely adequate? Speedy? At the highest level, this is what network operations teams need to understand how to answer. And this needs to be answered no matter how complicated the network path is between endpoints. We’ll take a look at three things that can help you get a handle on these questions.
  |  By Helen Burke
As companies adopt SD-WAN technologies, they increasingly rely on network services outside their control. The new reality is that network operations need end-to-end visibility on the network performance whether or not they own the infrastructure. In a 2023 EMA survey, 63% of companies report using the Internet as their primary WAN connectivity.
  |  By Yann Guernion
As organizations increase their dependence on the cloud, they also add pressure on their wide area network (WAN) infrastructure. Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) comes as an ideally suited solution for implementing distributed networking over commercially available Internet access.
  |  By Yann Guernion
For decades, the data center has been the core hub for applications, routing, firewalls, processing, and more. Now, the enterprise is highly reliant upon distributed workplaces, cloud-based resources, and third-party-operated networks. In this context, modern networks encompass more diverse infrastructures, requiring IT organizations to contend with the added demands of managing and maintaining these expanding environments.
  |  By Robert Kettles
For IT operations teams, syslog messages continue to be a vital source of intelligence for network events. By tapping into this data, teams can manage their environments more efficiently and effectively. In this post, we offer an introduction to syslog, and examine how DX NetOps enables teams to fully harness the intelligence from this data.
  |  By Cezary Kowalik
Regardless of which sandwich is their favorite, your customers and end users are highly reliant upon your organization’s network-powered business services. When issues arise that affect the delivery of these services, fast and effective response is a must. The costs of performance issues and downtime can mount by the minute, so sooner is definitely better than later.
  |  By Yann Guernion
With increasingly large, complex, and dynamic network environments, operational consistency is essential for network teams to effectively mitigate disruptions, improve performance, and ensure optimal resource utilization. However, many organizations still struggle to establish an effective mix of people, processes, and technology.
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Andreas Reiss, Head of Product Management, discusses product priorities for DX Operational Intelligence from Broadcom.
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Overview of AIOps and Observability from Broadcom: Connecting monitoring, analytics and actions along each IT domain of the full IT estate to digital services and end user experience. Manage the health, performance and availability of applications, infrastructure and networks.
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Join Karl Miller, Global Client Services Consultant for Broadcom as he shares some of the basic best practices for Service Virtualization.
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Join Karl Miller, Global Client Services Consultant as he shares best practices for creating virtual services.
  |  By Broadcom
DX UIM is designed to add monitoring for new technologies as IT operators adopt cutting-edge devices and services to improve their competitiveness, develop new services for their end users or customers, or increase cost efficiency. DX UIM currently supports monitoring and metric collection for more than 140 different technologies. Its architecture easily allows new technologies to be added to the list. How do you know if your technologies are covered? It’s Easy: In this 3-Minute Video Our DX UIM expert explains how to navigate to the Tech Docs section on our Support website.
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In this latest episode of the NetOps Expert, Nestor Falcon, from the NetOps by Broadcom product team, explains how to troubleshoot issues in modern networks in five easy steps. He will walk us through examples of how a network operations team can use DX NetOps by Broadcom to determine the root cause of a network degradation issue that affected users accessing a cloud application.
  |  By Broadcom
In this episode, I talk to Shamus McGillicuddy, VP of Research at EMA about how IT organizations are improving network management with intelligent systems based on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). Sometimes known as AIOps, these AI/ML technologies are helping organizations optimize their networks, streamline operations, and reduce security risk. We break down his research and get to real use cases that network teams can utilize today.
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NetOps by Broadcom addresses the three fundamental requirements that enable NetOps teams to speed issue detection and resolution. A highly scalable, unified data model, advanced analytics and intelligent triage workflows. The solution presents operators with the intelligence they need, within intuitive, easy-to-understand troubleshooting workflows. The solution minimizes alarm noise, so NetOps teams can quickly diagnose issues and identify the root cause. For more info, visit broadcom.com/netops.
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This panel discussion included Shari Laya and Christopher Rodriguez from IDC, Layer7's CTO Francois Lascelles, , customers Paco Rebollo of Telefonica and Carlos Pimentel of William Hill, & partner Jon Schendt of Vista Ascent Solutions.
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DX UIM 23.4 will include a new Observability Viewer and non-root user access as well as updates to zero-touch monitoring with MCS, user personalization, platform and database support, and unified hybrid multi-cloud monitoring. Watch this video to gain insight into the new release.
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Deliver a flawless digital experience with analytics-driven insights.
  |  By Broadcom
To truly capture customer interest and loyalty, your applications and services have to deliver reliable experiences that delight users, scale to support their changing needs and regularly refresh with new innovations.
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CA Technologies commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study to examine the potential return on investment (ROI) that enterprises may realize by deploying CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM). The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of CA UIM on their organization.
  |  By Broadcom
Scott Morrison, from API Academy, lays out these five simple steps as a part of your API security strategy.
  |  By Broadcom
Deliver a flawless digital experience with analytics-driven insights.
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Organizations know there is value in data and analytics, but struggle to understand the different analytics capabilities and when to use them. And the shifting focus from descriptive to predictive and prescriptive analytics results in a much higher degree of difficulty. The answer lies in building a portfolio of analytics-driven capabilities to address the gamut of business needs.
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The application programming interface (API) may be an old concept, but it's one that's undergoing a transformation. More organizations, driven by mobile and cloud requirements, are opening their information assets to external developers.
  |  By Broadcom
Organizations know there is value in data and analytics, but struggle to understand the different analytics capabilities and when to use them. And the shifting focus from descriptive to predictive and prescriptive analytics results in a much higher degree of difficulty. The answer lies in building a portfolio of analytics-driven capabilities to address the gamut of business needs.
  |  By Broadcom
The landscape for application performance management (APM) and network performance management (NPM) tools has changed enormously over the last few years, driven largely by changing infrastructure and application architectures.
  |  By Broadcom
To power the kind of high-level application performance that today's customer-driven world demands, you need to adopt an agile infrastructure monitoring approach. Here's how ...

Only Broadcom provides real-time application and infrastructure monitoring tools to help you deliver amazing user experiences the first time, every time. But we also offer proven expertise and knowledge gained from helping thousands of companies succeed. Count on us for the guidance and insight you need to transform your company.

Maximize visibility from mobile to the mainframe so you can maximize your customer’s experience:

  • Broadcom DX Application Performance Management (APM) helps global brands proactively identify and resolve issues across physical, virtual, containers, cloud and mobile applications. Broadcom DX APM offers analytics-driven insights that uniquely position your organization to deliver app experiences where every transaction becomes a loyalty-building transaction, differentiate your business and allow your experts to focus only on impactful issues.
  • In the digital world, apps need to look and feel great while delivering flawless end-to-end performance. Broadcom App Experience Analytics can help your business continually improve the app experience and capture essential opportunities in the app economy.
  • Broadcom Digital Experience Insights is an AIOps-driven platform, which correlates data across users, applications, infrastructure and network services. It applies machine learning and advanced analytics to deliver a new level of visibility and actionable operational intelligence.
  • Broadcom Unified Infrastructure Management (UIM) provides a single, analytics-driven solution for proactively and efficiently managing modern, cloud and hybrid IT infrastructures. Broadcom UIM is the only IT monitoring solution that provides intelligent analytics, comprehensive coverage and an open, extensible architecture. By leveraging the solution, your organization can speed mean time to repair, reduce monitoring efforts, accelerate new deployments and improve the end-user experience.
  • Network Operations Analytics from Broadcom is a big data, converged network monitoring platform with full-stack analytics for assuring traditional and software-defined networks. This network monitoring software converts inventory, topology, device metrics, faults, flow and packet analysis into actionable intelligence for network operations teams. Enterprise IT, managed service providers and cloud providers use our network monitoring tools to troubleshoot issues, optimize resources, demonstrate accountability, analyze anomalies and ensure application and service performance.
  • Broadcom Service Management is a robust enterprise class IT service management solution verified across 12 ITIL® processes by Pink Elephant. The solution is anchored by a modern and intuitive service desk featuring an innovation-award-winning user experience that allows analysts to work more naturally, to manage incidents faster and deliver better customer service.
  • Broadcom API Gateway and Broadcom Mobile API Gateway provide that perfect balance by selectively enabling the right users, apps and partners to access your data while protecting against external threats. They’re trusted by the most regulated and security-conscious organizations, with certifications like Common Criteria and FIPS, and can easily be configured for PCI-DSS compliance.

Future-proof your digital business with unmatched insight and intelligence.