In­te­grated fault finder

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY -

Fluke Net­works' Vis­ual TruView ap­pli­ca­tion, Aware Net­work Per­for­mance Man­age­ment soft­ware (AANPM), and the Op­tiView XG, its f lag­ship net­work anal­y­sis tablet, have been in­te­grated to pro­vide the in­dus­try's first AANPM so­lu­tion ca­pa­ble of analysing an en­ter­prise's en­tire net­work in­fra­struc­ture.

In­stead of the typ­i­cal backand-forth check­ing of sep­a­rate tools with mul­ti­ple user in­ter­faces and sign-ons to find and re­solve prob­lems, net­work en­gi­neers now have a uni­fied view of wired and wire­less per­for­mance across the en­tire or­gan­i­sa­tion, in­clud­ing re­mote sites and ap­pli­ca­tions de­liv­ered across cloud, car­rier and en­ter­prise net­works.

Us­ing Vis­ual TruView, not only can they quickly iden­tify if a prob­lem ex­ists, they can iso­late where in the path of de­liv­ery the prob­lem may be hid­ing, and ef­fec­tively trou­bleshoot it, no mat­ter where it oc­curs.

To­day's IT has in­creas­ingly shifted to­ward ap­pli­ca­tion­cen­tric, ser­vice-ori­ented op­er­a­tions, and the need for ap­pli­ca­tion aware­ness within per­for­mance mon­i­tor­ing and man­age­ment tech­nolo­gies has sky­rock­eted as a re­sult.

An added ben­e­fit of TruView is its abil­ity to grow with the en­ter­prise. While a mid-sized or­gan­i­sa­tion may need only one TruView ap­pli­ance, it can eas­ily add more units to adapt to chang­ing net­work re­quire­ments.


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