Omnipliance Ultra combines Savvius Spotlight for actionable network monitoring with the award-winning Savvius Omnipliance for packet data capture and analysis. Omnipliance Ultra captures network packet data and performs real-time monitoring at up to 18 Gbps with up to 96 TB of storage.

Omnipliance Ultra is the most powerful and comprehensive single-box performance monitoring and investigation solution available. With Omnipliance Ultra, everything you need to reduce Mean-Time-To-Resolution (MTTR) of network issues is included.

Ultra Tiers

T300 / M200 / C100

 

For the first time, you can:

  • Proactively display worst-ranked transactions from network-wide down to an individual server
  • Navigate fluidly in real time up to 20 Gbps of network traffic
  • Set alert thresholds by characteristic and by network segment
  • Get instant visibility into traffic to or from any IP address
  • View worst network transactions by all or individual metrics, transaction counts, and transaction list on browser-based interface
  • Actively monitor real-time security issues, like suspicious FTP traffic
  • Intuitively map and navigate your network

Behind the Technology

Network Transactions vs Netflow

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Network Transactions vs Netflow

Business requirements for more capacity, greater reliability, and faster issue resolution (while budgets remain flat, at best) add to the strain. What can IT professionals do? One answer is to stop relying on tools based on decades-old NetFlow and embrace network transaction-based solutions able to monitor latency, quality, utilization and saturation, providing actionable visibility into high-performance networks and reducing the Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR) of network performance issue

What are the Four Golden Signals?

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What are the Four Golden Signals?

By utilizing the four Golden Signals of latency, traffic, errors, and saturation on all network traffic in real time, the IT team can achieve unparalleled visibility into the performance of the network and quickly gain the information they need to solve problems and maintain reliability. This is an enormous step toward solving one of the hardest problems in network operations; enabling users to take reliable, high-performance network functioning entirely for granted

Building better NPMD Dashboards

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Building better NPMD Dashboards

Network professionals depend on knowing what is going on and, more importantly, what is going wrong on their network. An entirely new approach to network performance monitoring is required. In this paper, we discuss some of our findings.