The Three Vs of Network Performance Management in the Age of ‘Big Data’

At its most basic definition, “Big Data” is a term applied to data sets whose size is beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed time.1 That definition perfectly describes why so many network operations teams are reactive rather than proactive, and also explains why the duration of their user-impacting events go on for too long – there is so much data to sift through that they can’t get the right data when they need it. This lack of timely data leads to damaged reputations, frustrated users, and lost business.

It also explains why discussions on so often focus on challenges posed by the three Vs – Volume, Variety, and Velocity.

What are the challenges that Big Data poses to network operations teams, and what can be done to move teams from a reactive mode to proactively managing network performance?

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