Ways to Deploy AppNeta
Choose from Virtual or Physical Monitoring Points
Virtual Monitoring Point
Already have virtualized infrastructure? Simply provision a new instance to run AppNeta's virtual instrumentation and add it to your usual infrastructure management. Virtual Monitoring Points allow for faster rollouts and simpler updates. Clone virtual appliances to scale to deployments of any size. Find resource requirements here.
Physical Monitoring Point
Physical Monitoring Points are fast, reliable and easy to deploy, making them the ideal choice for all deployments where virtual infrastructure is not readily available. We purpose-built our hardware to run all forms of application performance monitoring, easily scaling to dozens or hundreds of internal and externally hosted applications. All Monitoring Points are managed by AppNeta, so there's no overhead for IT teams for maintenance or updates. All hardware is fully warranted for the life of your subscription. Solutions scale from 10Gbps data centers to remote offices that may not have managed network devices. Fail-to-wire resiliency enables comprehensive monitoring without being a single point of failure. Get more details here.
Remote Office For locations with single internet connections and where WiFi monitoring is critical
Large Office For locations with redundant internet connections up to 1Gbps
Data Center For locations with redundant internet connections and networks up to 10Gbps
Monitoring Point Deployment Examples
Small or Remote Office
Small or Remote Office Deployment
The AppNeta Monitoring Point attaches to three points on the network. Application usage data is collected by attaching to a router span port (or in-line if required). AppNeta sends active application and network traffic (TCP, UDP and ICMP) via connection to a network switch. AppNeta small office Monitoring Points can also attach to WiFi networks to natively measure differences between wired and wireless application and network performance.
Large Office Deployment
The AppNeta Monitoring Point attaches at up to three points on a network. Application usage data is collected by attaching to the single or redundant internet routers via span ports. AppNeta sends active application and network traffic (TCP, UDP and ICMP) via a connection to a network switch.