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Increase Your Network Health & Performance With Infraon NMS

Using different tools for monitoring network availability & performance? Get a unified NMS platform that can do both!

Tough to troubleshoot issues at the right time? Get a full map view & integrated incident management for faster resolutions.

Taking forever to use network monitoring tools? Deploy microbots to automate diagnosis, set thresholds, identify anomalies, etc.

Increase Network Performance With Infraon NMS

“Misused credentials are now the top technique used in breaches…Identity is a key lateral movement technique across air-gapped networks.”

- Gartner


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Monitor All Your Network Devices Without Skipping A Beat

Infraon NMS is a SaaS-based network monitoring system that gives you a complete view of your multi-vendor network infrastructure. Get on-demand flexibility and scalability to add/replace vendors, on-premises, cloud-hosted, or hybrid. With integrated event correlation, asset management, and incident management, you can increase network device performance.

Bolster Your Network Inventory Monitoring At Top Speed

Infraon NMS simplifies and accelerates how you manage all your network inventory – from a single location. Use an integrated platform with network topology and discovery - streamlining data like port details, IP addresses, end-of-life dates, etc. Enhance decision-making abilities with workflow automation and replace inventory on a timely basis.

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monitor ISP & IP/MPLS link availability

Keep Your ISP & IP Or MPLS Links On Point Seamlessly

Infraon NMS proactively monitors ISP & IP/MPLS link availability to ensure better network uptime, along with a high latency check to eliminate any bottlenecks. Manage SD-WAN traffic & use a customer portal to store network path details & validate customer SLAs.

More Reasons Why You Need Infraon NMS

Get Automated Network Discovery

Quickly Build A 360-Degree View With Network Topology

Create Quality Of Service (QoS) Reports

Manage Network Incidents & Faults

Forecast Network Inventory Requirements

Identify Bandwidth Issues

Our Product Suite is GDPR-Compliant

We are compliant with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – and
our SaaS-based product suite is fully committed to protecting the data of our customers
as per the recent standards.

All our products are certified SOC-2

Infraon’s product suite is SOC2 certified – meeting world-class standards for data security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy.

24X7X365 threat monitoring to identify all issues

Anomaly alerts to eliminate likelihood of threats

Actionable analytics to improve security governance


Infraon uses SaaS-based network monitoring systems. You can monitor multi-vendor network devices with inbuilt incident management capabilities.
Features of Network Performance Monitoring are- Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) compatibility, bandwidth usage reporting and identifying bandwidth issues, visual maps, scalability, real-time notifications and alerting, automated network discovery, ability to create a 360-degree view with network topology, creating QoS (Quality of Service) reports, managing network incidents and faults, forecasting network inventory requirements etc.

Network monitoring allows you to trace the health of your network assets, in order that you recognize when to update the software and replace aging network equipment like routers, switches, virtual servers, wireless devices etc. It helps you to detect the outages before they happen and helps the organization to minimize the loss of productivity due to network downtime.
Longer the downtime, the more losses are caused: in staff time, lost productivity, and end-user satisfaction.

In this system of secured network performance monitoring, each monitored device has monitoring software installed that sends information about the device's performance to a central SNMP manager. The manager gathers this information in a database and further analyzes it for errors. This is the most extensively used protocol for modern network management.
Full network oversight also allows the network manager to better allocate network resources to the applications and devices that need them most, such as data analytics and communication platforms, and if there is a network downtime, at least these critical functions continue to work.

Network monitoring refers to monitoring the hardware within the network, like switches, routers, hubs, servers etc. Application performance monitoring is particular to applications running on multiple devices, like SQL, Exchange, etc. within the network.
If there are any failing elements within the network, a sturdy networking monitoring system will alert the network administrator. Even if any of the application servers are failing, it should send an alert to the network and application administrators.

Network monitoring software is intended to observe and manage the network traffic flow over a network and identify any anomaly, downtime or latency. It is primarily used by network administrators and security staff to observe the operations of a network.
Availability monitoring, configuration monitoring, performance monitoring and cloud infrastructure monitoring are the four forms of network monitoring software. A decent network monitoring software automates most of the network monitoring processes and workflows and provides a comprehensive report back to the network administrator which is straightforward to read and take necessary preventive measures.

Network performance monitoring tools can alert the network administrator when the network is down or experiencing slow response times in order that they can fix any issues. In any organization which uses LAN (Local area network) and WAN (Wide area network), the IT admins are to perform application performance monitoring (APM) to ensure there is no latency within the network or there are no upcoming issues.
If there are many users logged into one particular network, the network performance monitoring tool should be capable to off-load some of the users and place them in the parallel servers.