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AppViewX Brings Improved Automation, Extended Cloud Support, Faster Troubleshooting in AVX 12.3

Seattle, April 03, 2018 – AppViewX, a global leader in the management, automation, and orchestration of network services, today announced the launch of AVX 12.3. The release is yet another step taken towards helping IT achieve infrastructure agility to fuel digital transformation.

With AVX 12.3, users have the provision to nest existing workflows to enable automation of complex tasks within minutes. AppViewX also introduced new reference implementations, workflow elements, and pre-packaged automation workflows as part of the release for speedy and efficient service delivery. With these new additions, network engineers can easily automate change requests through integration with existing ITSM and other third party systems.

“Enterprises are demanding more visibility, automation, and collaboration to meet the increasing complexity of networks,” said Muralidharan Palanisamy, CTO at AppViewX. “With the new AVX 12.3 release, we make creating and maintaining automation workflows easier. Our platform enables faster service delivery, compliance, error free changes, while driving down operational expenses.”

The AppViewX Platform also enhances its multi-cloud vendor support by means of new integrations with AWS Certificate Manager, Google Cloud Provider and Microsoft Azure.

Key Benefits of AVX 12.3:

  • Greater productivity with a more powerful Visual Workflow automation tool
  • Faster troubleshooting and remediation of application outages and issues
  • Better insight into multi-vendor ADC infrastructures
  • Broader AppViewX Platform security
  • Multi-cloud certificate and SSH key lifecycle management and automation

With this newest version of AppViewX, application owners, network engineers and security engineers are better equipped to build an agile infrastructure and enable true digital transformation in their enterprise at large. AVX 12.3 is generally available (GA) to customers. To experience the new benefits in the platform, please click here.

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