Network Performance Monitoring

Network Performance Monitoring

Solutions to provide the unparalleled visibility into network traffic needed to rapidly and thoroughly resolve application and network performance issues. Our solutions are trusted by network professionals at many companies around the world.

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The Definitive Guide to 802.11ac Packet Capture

The IEEE 802.11ac standard is changing the rules when it comes WLAN troubleshooting based on packet capture and analysis. Packet-based analysis is unquestionably the most complete and most accurate approach for WLAN troubleshooting, but 802.11ac is challenging the software, equipment, and processes required to perform packet-based analysis. This white paper explains how 802.11ac is changing the rules for 802.11ac packet capture, and what you can do about it.

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Shedding Light on Enterprise Networks

ESG analyst reports, “Savvius’ approach with Spotlight provides actionable insights via a modern approach that is not encumbered by the limitations of the past, and that enables modern infrastructure management teams to be effective and efficient.”

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Ending the Blame Game: Troubleshooting Distributed Application Performance

Gone is the luxury of sending network engineers to physically visit a site to troubleshoot performance issues. Today’s geographically distributed companies and distributed applications require a 24×7 proactive approach to measuring and monitoring application performance. This paper defines Application Response Time (ART), presents factors to consider when troubleshooting the performance of distributed applications, and identifies “must have” criteria for distributed application analysis solutions.

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Best Practices for 10G and 40G Network Forensics

On highly utilized 10G and 40G networks, capturing network traffic from individual SPAN ports on switches and routers typically results in spotty visibility, compromising an IT team’s ability to respond to network outages, performance degradations, and security threats. How should IT organizations re-think their network forensics strategies, now that 10G and faster networks are becoming the norm? Read this paper to learn about best practices for recording, storing, and analyzing network data.

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