Monitor any app, anytime
Get a big-picture look at which apps are in use and what their total traffic volume is with AppNeta's tailored graphs and reports. There are more than 2,000 built-in apps as part of AppNeta's solution. Add your own
custom app definitions as needed. You'll see everything in use on your network, whether off-site or on-premises.
With this functionality, you can categorize and classify apps into buckets: Business Critical, Normal and Recreational. For example, identify whether streaming media is congesting the network and causing delays for other apps like Salesforce or ServiceNow. You'll be able to pinpoint exactly which apps are hogging bandwidth and where, by which user, to reallocate resources as needed.
Application traffic breakdown across Boston and San Francisco offices
Top application traffic details with host correlation
See end-user experience
AppNeta offers powerful, unique granularity into specific end-user experience. Get application and network metrics for users at all of your locations. Identify if slow performance is unique to a user, app or location by exploring your traffic data quickly and easily. You'll be able to see whether the problem is within your control or whether it's a SaaS provider or an ISP issue.
This image shows AppNeta's detailed view into end-user experience. See the Top Hosts for our Boston, MA location that were using Facebook Video. Our user on host JLT178 streamed over 200MB of data just after 9:00AM. We can explore the app across all users in Boston to see if this affected anyone elses performance.
Protocol breakdown from a remote packet capture
Use built-in remote packet capture
Beyond flow analysis, Usage also has true packet-level visibility with the option to run and analyze captures at any location, whether you're there or not, to gather the information you need to solve issues faster. For remote locations, you won't need to rely on non-technical users to provide feedback.
Access the packet capture immediately to analyze the top protocols in use at the site or download the complete encrypted capture file. All packet captures are encrypted with FIPS 140-2 and PCI DSS compliant encryption before the capture leaves the Monitoring Point and are transferred via encrypted protocols so that your captures are encrypted in transit and at rest.