The advent of the digital transformation is driving the need for a new approach to managing networks. Automation is the solution answering that call, and organizations everywhere – in nearly every industry – are adopting it at an exponential rate. By leveraging automation capabilities within the network, organizations are moving faster, enforcing compliance more efficiently, eliminating errors and reducing costs.
The high digitalization demands of application owners are forcing IT teams to act with more precision and agility. As organizations search for the right bundle of tools to best suit their needs, they’re turning to automation first to help pave the way.
According to Gartner analyst David Anthony Mahdi, “Security leaders are often unaware of the scope or status of their X.509 certificate deployments until it’s too late. As the scope of certificates expands to devices, people and things, security leaders must establish formalized plans and, if necessary, leverage available tools to minimize impacts.”
Gartner published its 2016 Magic Quadrant for Application Delivery Controllers report on August 29, 2016. According to Gartner analysts Andrew Lerner, Joe Skorupa, and Danilo Ciscato, “Application delivery controllers are a key component within enterprise and cloud data centers to improve application availability, performance and security. However, the market is in a state of flux, with a growing divergence between the needs of traditional I&O and application-centric personnel.
According to Gartner analyst Erik Wahlstrom, “PKI has been a quiet yet foundational security tool for identity professionals for two decades. The IoT, mobility, certificate lifecycle handling, scale and new deployment options create resurgent interest in PKI, its potential disruptors and its vendors.”
AppViewX has been recognized as a “Cool Vendor” in Asia/Pacific, 2016 by Gartner. In the July 27, 2016 report, Gartner says, “This year, we again look at Cool Vendors that provide ‘cool’ solutions across a variety of industries and disciplines in the Asia/Pacific region. IT leaders seeking innovation should consider how these vendors may help provide differentiation for their respective companies.”