Gartner, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company, has included Flowmon Networks into its 2018 Magic Quadrant for Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics.
Following the last year’s 25% revenue growth, Flowmon has recently strengthened its top level management and named a new CEO to accelerate company expansion. In the next three years, it aims to develop the US market, expand from Japan to the entire Asia-Pacific region and fortify its position on the European market.
Apart from acquiring new markets, Flowmon wants to fuel additional growth by the focus on innovation and technologies, such as IT operations analytics, extended network visibility and cloud deployment support.
“With support for KVM, Amazon Web Services and coming support for Microsoft Azure, Flowmon is a best fit for those who are moving their assets, including security, analytical and management tools, to the cloud,” comments Petr Springl, Director of Products & Strategic Alliances at Flowmon Networks.
Founded in 2007, Flowmon has pioneered the field of high-performance network monitoring for large enterprises and service providers. Backed by a robust R&D background, the company was the first to enable 100G environment monitoring based on flow data and recently introduced its 200G network probe, a solution enabling large telcos flow-based network monitoring via a single appliance.
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