IRIS Netflow – Netflow Analyzer
Detailed bandwidth analysis with IRIS Netflow Analyzer
Complex networks typically generate large volumes of traffic every minute. Netflow data allows you to analyze the behaviour of your network. The ways in which bandwidth is used on your network is key to identifying how network traffic flows. IRIS Netflow enables you to drill down into the root causes of network bottlenecks and eliminate them quickly.
IRIS Netflow was designed by network experts to be light on resources whilst extremely powerful at the same time. It leverages collected data for bandwidth monitoring, analysis and detailed reporting on a range of network metrics. IRIS Netflow is purpose-built to collect as much information as possible. This truly affords network management systems Big Data capabilities.
Choose IRIS Netflow if you want:
- To quickly identify network bottlenecks and easily take corrective action
- To leverage powerful data collection capabilities for detailed network analysis
- To generate custom, in-depth reports on network trends
- To make informed decisions on network expansion and upgrades based on prediction analysis that is made possible by tracking the Netflow.
IRIS Netflow Analyzer is a complete network diagnostics tool
- The Troubleshooter module explores traffic per device and interface for easy problem identification. Data representation gives engineers the perspective they need to keep network traffic flowing optimally.
- The Flow Explorer is a reporting engine with powerful search functions that provide graphical representations of complex network metrics, simplifying troubleshooting methods that are traditionally quite tedious.
- The Flow Tracker module is both powerful and highly scalable. The Tracker creates a standard IRIS graph based on the Netflow query. This graph is then searchable, quick to load and respond – and has the ability to be put into a scheduled report.
IRIS Netflow is a powerful tool that gives engineers and managers the insight that they need in the pursuit of stable and predictable networking environments.