Enjoy continuous, lightweight monitoring
View a hop-by-hop network analysis of the entire app delivery path, with all the critical metrics over TCP, UDP and ICMP–even on Equal-Cost Multipath (ECMP) networks. Data from public BGP sources is included to identify when data is traversing ISP networks, Public Cloud Provider networks, or SaaS Vendor infrastructure. Continuous, active monitoring ensures that you have a record of every performance issue when you need it. With 30-50 packets per minute AppNeta can accurately measure the network without flooding it. Monitor the actual protocols over the actual delivery path your apps take so you can have the confidence to troubleshoot complex issues regardless of whether your traffic flows over MPLS, through SD-WAN pairings, through CASB services, or directly over an ISP.
Routing differences between over time to a Skype anycast endpoint
Hop-by-hop diagnostic information with symptoms and analysis
Get automatic diagnostics for root cause analysis
AppNeta actively monitors your network minute-by-minute so that we can determine when to automatically escalate if alert thresholds are violated. AppNeta identifies over 88 different network issues, including route change or QoS alteration. AppNeta's pattern-matching algorithm uses hop-by-hop diagnostic data to gather every metric you need to quickly determine the root cause of the issue. Get the right alerts for you, when you need them and with all the data you require to solve the problem fast.
Mean Opinion Score and jitter trends over time
Continuously measure VoIP and UC quality
Go beyond monitoring data traffic with specific tuning for voice problems for any VoIP needs, including at virtual call centers. With voice tests and continuous assessments you can determine where performance is dropping and see relevant voice metrics including QoS, MOS, jitter and latency.
Now we can say ‘it’s not a network problem and here is the report that shows why’ and have full confidence. Sometimes it is a network issue. And when it is we know that it is from a bad hop, or that we’re losing packets. We can see the weak link in the chain, and get it fixed.
— Paul C., Network Services Manager, Fashion Retailer