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Cisco obtains Epsagon to expand its observability range


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Cisco obtains Epsagon to expand its observability range

Cisco procured Epsagon for a multi-million dollar deal which will assimilate Epsagon’s technology into Cisco’s products and services. This acquisition can elaborate Cisco’s expertise and technology.

The startup has its offices in Tel Aviv and New York. It provides tracing systems for present-day applications and services. “Cisco’s approach to full-stack observability gives our customers the ability to move beyond just monitoring to a paradigm that delivers shared context across teams and enables our customers to deliver exceptional digital experiences, optimise for cost, security and performance and maximize digital business revenue,” Cisco’s senior VP and chief strategy office Liz Centoni said.

“Epsagon’s technology and talent align well with Cisco’s vision to enable enterprises to deliver unmatched application experiences through industry-leading solutions with deep business context. By contextualizing and correlating visibility and insights across the full stack, teams can improve collaboration to better understand their systems, solve issues quickly, optimise and secure application experiences and delight their customers.”

Cisco’s critical platforms include AppDynamics, ThousandEyes and Intersight which fits into full-stack observability strategy. This enables visibility to the whole heap of applications, network infrastructure and security with the power of AI and machine learning.

 


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