Broadcom Acquires AppNeta to Strengthen Network Performance Monitoring Over Internet and Cloud-Based Hybrid Applications


The combination of DX NetOps by Broadcom Software and AppNeta provides IT teams with precise, end-to-end visibility into network performance from an end-user perspective

SAN JOSE, California, December 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Broadcom Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGO) today announced its intention to acquire privately held AppNeta Inc. headquartered in Boston, MY. AppNeta is a SaaS-based network performance monitoring solution for the distributed enterprise, providing IT teams with precise, end-to-end visibility into network performance from an end-user perspective, regardless of the network they are using. they use to access applications.

Companies quickly turned to SaaS adoption, cloud migration, and other internet-centric strategies to meet evolving business demands. These technological changes have brought greater agility to large enterprises, but they also highlight the need for network operations teams to better understand how end users experience business critical applications.

To meet this market need, AppNeta has designed an innovative solution that provides visibility into the end user experience of any application, from anywhere, at any time. With AppNeta’s SaaS solution, IT and network operations teams as a whole, distributed businesses can quickly identify issues that affect the performance of network and critical cloud applications, wherever they occur. .

By combining the end-to-end visibility of AppNeta with the award-winning and proven infrastructure and AIOps capabilities of Broadcom, the world’s largest enterprises operating the most complex networks will now have access to a single source of truth for support their transition to the cloud.

Extend network monitoring to optimize the digital end-user experience

“We are excited about the new Digital Experience Management (DEM) capabilities that AppNeta will add to our DX NetOps network monitoring solutions. Hybrid cloud deployments, working from home and the prevalence of SaaS applications have made businesses extremely dependent on the Internet to run their business – critical applications for employees and customers, ”said Serge Lucio, Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise Software Division, Broadcom. “Visibility and control for most performance management teams ends at the edges of the corporate network. With AppNeta, Broadcom Software’s DX NetOps solutions have visibility into Internet connections and can monitor and manage any user’s digital experiences in any cloud, mobile, SaaS or remote work scenario. “

“The enterprise network monitoring market has completely transformed over the past two years, with a much greater emphasis on managing the impact of network performance on end-user productivity,” said Stephen elliot, Group Vice President, I&O, Cloud Operations and DevOps at IDC. “Organizations that can identify performance issues affecting the digital experience will gain a strategic advantage in ensuring excellent quality of service regardless of the user’s location. “

In the recent “Market Guide for Network Performance Monitoring” report, Gartner® Inc. notes: “Digital transformation as end-user adoption of modern applications raises expectations for performance monitoring tools of the network. The challenges of accessing end-user services and the cloud require infrastructure and operations managers to extend network monitoring to optimize the end-user experience.[1]

For more on the news, please see:

  • Blog post of Serge Lucio, Vice President and General Manager, Broadcom Software

  • Blog post of Matt stevens, CEO, AppNeta

About Broadcom
Broadcom Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGO) is a global technology leader that designs, develops and delivers a broad portfolio of semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions. Broadcom’s industry-leading product portfolio serves critical markets including data centers, networking, enterprise software, broadband, wireless, storage and industry. Our solutions include data center networking and storage, enterprise, mainframe and cybersecurity software focused on automation, surveillance and security, components for smartphones, telecommunications and security. factory automation. For more information, visit www.broadcom.com.

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1 Gartner Inc. “Market Guide to Network Performance Monitoring”; Posted August 9, 2021

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