The workforce is becoming increasingly mobile, with more employees working remotely than at any time in history. Enterprises with secure remote access face unprecedented challenges in managing their application delivery infrastructure, and they need solutions that offer greater agility and efficiency to support this demanding environment.
Most data center operations depend upon manual operations and processes. Human error, in fact, is the most common cause of data center downtime. Another major reason is the lack of collaboration due to numerous silos that have developed within most IT operations teams. This is more predominant in a remote access environment where the team is physically separated and silos can become even more pronounced. The absence of a secure access control platform that provides application-centric visibility and control across application development teams leads to high operational expenses.
Organizations are seeking ways to reduce costs and human-induced failures in managing application delivery infrastructure. The solution to addressing these challenges is automation. Automation reduces manual errors and improves compliance. IT operations teams need a single automation solution that can govern and monitor the state, health, and performance of applications.
AppViewX complements Citrix NetScaler to improve and elevate secure remote access through its monitoring, management, and response capabilities. With AppViewX, operations teams can deliver a higher-quality experience to end users through automation, secure self-service across teams, and single-pane-of-glass management capability—all while promoting secure access for remote users.
Download the white paper How to Securely Manage and Automate Application Delivery from One Platform to learn more about:
- The benefits and burdens of remote access
- The importance of a centralized management and monitoring solution to deliver applications faster for your Citrix NetScaler deployment
- Key features of an application management solution: rapid deployment, reduced error, reduction in change requests, and reduced operational costs