Event Management DEFINITION: An event handler is a callback routine that operates asynchronously and handles inputs received into a program (events). In this context, an event is some meaningful element of application information from an underlying development framework, usually from a graphical user interface (GUI) toolkit or some kind of input routine. On the GUI side, events include key strokes, mouse activity, action selections,
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Traditional framework solutions are expensive and tough to implement; are difficult to use, maintain and customize; and often impractical for network engineers in mid- to large-sized organizations. Network engineers need affordable, scalable network management solutions that provide immediate visibility into performance of the entire network.
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