Cisco Prime AM is a cutting-edge strategy and portfolio of management products that enable your IT departments to more effectively handle the networks and services that your organization distributes. Because it’s constructed on a network services management foundation and a collection of general features, it produces an easy-to-learn, workflow-oriented experience covering all architectures, technologies, and networks. This portfolio breaks down your network management, increases your operations efficiency, eliminates any errors, and makes the transfer of your network services more predictable.
Cisco also provides the Cisco Prime Assurance as a bundle consisting of Cisco AM and Cisco Prime Network Analysis Module (NAM), which optimizes your network resources and troubleshoots any execution problems.
In a nutshell, here is how we define these Cisco terms:
Cisco Prime AM: Combines real-time info among a range of several networks to bring you Â application-aware network performance visibility and problem solving.
Cisco Prime NAM: Offers application and performance visibility in an attempt to perfect your network resources, troubleshoot performance issues, and ensure a smooth user experience.
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