Network Visibility: The who, what, when and where of network traffic
The Coronavirus pandemic has accelerated modernization and cloud adoption to support the massive shift of the federal workforce to telework. The rapid adoption of cloud-based services and solutions and an explosion of new endpoints accessing agency networks during the pandemic generated an even greater need for visibility into the who, what, when and where of network traffic.
Riverbed commissioned research firm Market Connections to develop and conduct a custom blind online survey of 200 federal government IT decision makers and influencers from across the United States in August and September 2020. The study was designed to assess the state and impact of network visibility on performance, productivity and security in increasingly complex federal network environments.
Telework Accelerated Network Visibility Requirements
81% of survey respondents noted that the increasing use of telework accelerated their agency’s use and deployment of network visibility solutions.
Visibility Enables Cloud Infrastructure
85% of respondents recognize that network visibility is a strong or moderate enabler of cloud infrastructure.
Visibility Facilitates Security
93% of respondents believe that greater network visibility facilitates greater network security.
Network Visibility for Azure and Azure Government
Riverbed® network performance management (NPM) bring rich visibility to Azure and Azure Government cloud and hybrid cloud deployments.
Network Visibility for AWS and AWS GovCloud
Enterprise digital transformation is the leading factor driving greater public cloud engagement today.
Federal Network Visibility in a Modernized World
Federal IT leaders are striving to modernize their network infrastructure
Network Visibility Proves Critical for Feds
Network Visibility Proves Critical as Feds Grapple with Explosion of New Endpoints and Cloud-Based Apps