Route Analytics: Poised to Cross the Chasm
A Kubernan Brief
by Jim Metzler, Kubernan
Published October 2007, Posted October 2007
Route analytics is a technology that was designed to eliminate the problems associated with running IP over a meshed network. In particular, the goal of route analytics is to provide visibility, analysis and diagnosis of the issues that occur at the routing layer. Route analytics has typically been regarded as a niche technology. As will be shown in this Kubernan Brief, there is strong evidence that route analytics is poised to cross the chasm and become a mainstream technology for IT organizations that have complex meshed networks that support business critical applications.
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