Your networks are under control and their performance under monitored
The network is a important factor of your IT infrastructure, it is at the centre of the flow routing to allow users to access services. It is therefore essential to monitor the network and measure its performance. This is the challenge of network monitoring & supervision, and the answer proposed by ServiceNav.
Supervising resources in the datacenter is essential, but it is not enough. Availability and system performance are key elements for user satisfaction.
- Optimize your bandwidth by analyzing consumption and bottlenecks
- Measuring the evolution of bandwidth over time to anticipate additional needs
- Quickly identify the causes of the network slowdown in detail
With ServiceNav, regardless of the network technology, you measure all the data on your network. Welcome to the age of network supervision !
All data associated with the monitoring of your networks can be collected:
- Measurement of network availability and latency,
- Measurement of the utilization rate of the allocated bandwidth.
- Alert on delicate incidents to diagnose (packets in error, rejected)
- Identification of overloaded network links.
More than just monitoring, you prepare your network modernization budgets to anticipate the communication needs of your users. You can defend these investments with patterns and trends that support your point.
Monitor with measurements in actual time to establish usage trends on your network.
The loss of productivity due to a network failure can quickly become costly. ServiceNav therefore allows you to collect real-time measurements of your network, in continuous monitoring, to anticipate and identify performance problems.
Granular monitoring of your networks that allows you to identify the most demanding addresses, the most consumed network services.
With the NetFlow and Sflow data analysis engine, you determine who is using your network, and according to what usage.
This service model allows you to target bandwidth usage by an application, sender, recipient, or protocol, and to set up threshold alerts related to bandwidth usage.