Determine If the Network Really Caused App Slowness
Whenever application performance slows down, the network is guilty until proven innocent. Visualizing all relevant data in context of the network lets you quickly identify whether the network is truly to blame. Dynamic Maps serve as a shared console to facilitate collaboration among different teams.
“The more you use NetBrain, the more you realize how much it can do.”
– Network Engineer in the Energy Industry
Isolate Application Issues
Isolate the part of the network related to slow app performance by mapping exactly how traffic is flowing — e.g., an overutilized router due to asymmetric application traffic paths.
Auto-trigger a diagnosis the instant an alarm is generated. No more trying to re-create the issue after the fact — especially helpful for intermittent application performance issues that disappear before you can get to them.
Enhance IT Collaboration
Get network and application teams working together by making it easy to share data. Drill down into the Dynamic Map to see the results of automated analyses.
2017 State of the Network Engineer Report
This study surveyed more than 200 network engineering professionals in large enterprises nationwide, across private and public-sector industries.
In this short video, we will troubleshoot application slowness caused by Asymmetric Traffic Path which was created as a result of planned configuration changes. We look at the history (cached) data to find what changed.