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    Teaming to Provide Breakthrough Networking Solutions


    NetApp, a storage and data management company, was dealing with aging infrastructure that didn’t meet current and future needs. They wanted a solution that enabled them to develop new products, increase revenue, and reduce costs.


    NetApp worked with ePlus, a consultative technology solutions provider, for nearly two years to develop a solution that included Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN) deployed with LiveAction LiveNX.


    The close partnership between ePlus, Cisco, and LiveAction helped NetApp drive greater efficiencies within the organization, including a five-times increase in bandwidth and a 70% reduction in costs.

    Success Story: LiveAction and Cisco Partner with ePlus and NetApp

    LiveNX, LiveAction’s flagship network performance analytics platform, supports Day 0, 1, 2 implementations of all Cisco SD-WAN platforms (IWAN, Meraki, and Viptela), by simplifying the network with unique interactive topology and end-to-end flow visualization to create better digital experiences for end users.

    LiveNX leverages Cisco applications to simplify voice, video and application troubleshooting. It retrieves real-time information from the network, retains historical information for analytics, and delivers continuous insights to customers.

    LiveAction became a portfolio company of Cisco Investments in 2014, securing $5.35 million in Series A financing. Cisco Investments also participated in Series B financing. LiveAction is a member of the Cisco Solution Partner Program and is listed on Cisco’s Global Price List, which provides access to Gold partners, the highest tier of partners in Cisco’s channel ecosystem.

    Cisco Live US 2017: Cisco and LiveAction | Better Together 

    About LiveAction®

    LiveAction provides end-to-end visibility of network and application performance from a single pane of glass. We provide enterprises with confidence that the network is meeting business objectives, full network visibility for better decisions, and reduced cost to operate the network.