In this webinar, Chris Bloom, will take you through Savvius Insight’s browser-based VoIP dashboards that provide reporting of key performance indicators and long-term trending.
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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.”
Shawn Jackman from Clinical Mobility will join Savvius to discuss troubleshooting techniques for VoIP on wireless networks, including roaming performance.
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.
For today’s complex networks, Netflow just can’t provide the advanced analytics required to effectively monitor and troubleshoot them.
With the spine leaf architecture and increased virtualization in the data center/private cloud, network architects and CIOs are challenged with how to scale the visibility cost effectively.
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.
Patrick tells us about Savvius, its history, products and services, PartnerOne program, and the new distribution partner, inTechnology Distribution Pty Ltd
(Duration 26:00) Jay Botelho talks about the future of network monitoring and the type of data NetOps teams need today. Recognizing that NetFlow (introduced in 1997) no longer provides the necessary visibility, Jay discusses what teams need today for effective network monitoring, diagnostics and troubleshooting.