target audience: TECH SUPPLIER  Publication date: Dec 2022 - Document type: Market Share - Doc  Document number: # US49949322

Worldwide Enterprise Network Performance Management Market Shares, 2021: Observability Boosts Investment and Innovation

By:  Mark Leary Loading


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This IDC study offers 2021 vendor market shares and market activity across the worldwide enterprise network performance management (NPM) market. Visibility and control have become vital across all areas of IT — from networking to computing, from security to development, from operations to engineering, and from problem resolution to business innovation. In-depth intelligence and insights within singular technology areas (e.g., networking) and across multiple disciplines (e.g., NetOps and SecOps) enable digital infrastructure components to work in concert cost effectively — providing for not only high-quality service capabilities and levels but also ready acceptance and adaption to new demands and changes driven by accelerating digital business road maps. Network performance management solutions perform a vital role in ensuring the network is not only resilient but also ready for anything.

"Competition is intensifying within the enterprise network performance market as IT organizations are looking to streamline management toolsets, automate operational workloads, and share intelligence and insights across IT management domains. These focal points heighten supplier requirements both in solution development and delivery," says Mark Leary, director, Network Observability and Automation, IDC. "Successful suppliers are pushing equally hard in advancing the technical capabilities of their solutions and assuring customer success with their solution. Suppliers must look beyond the network and ensure their network observability solutions contribute strongly to other areas of IT management such as SecOps and to overarching IT observability and automation efforts crucial to overall digital infrastructure resiliency and responsiveness."


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