Monitor network performance changes & minimize degradation with end-to-end features
Infraon NMS equips you to take charge of your network health with device and traffic monitoring capabilities. Get deep-dive data visibility with proactive network monitoring and increase your network performance.
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Network Performance Monitoring
Keep your network ecosystem up & running with continuous monitoring & powerful bots that automate critical workflows.
Automated Change Management
Ensure peak network health & lower outages - on-premises, cloud, or hybrid – with workflows to manage approval, schedule changes.
Uncover macro & micro insights with deep-dive reports on network usage, uptime & service patterns to help teams solve complex problems.
Incident & Problem Management
management to monitor & respond to incidents & problem tickets with multi-department issue tracking.
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.
Automated Data Collection
Network performance monitoring, as the name suggests are processes that help in monitoring the network and identifying performance bottlenecks. Whereas network performance management guarantees that problems are mitigated and therefore the network is restored back to the specified performance level. The first identifies and the second resolves the issues.
Network management involves optimum network planning, network monitoring and optimization of the complete network for continuous vigorous performance. It also includes automation processes to ensure least human intervention is needed to manage the network and it works seamlessly always.
Network performance management minimizes business impact by means of detecting faults, minimizing downtimes, and avoiding outages. This ensures that the productivity of the employees isn’t affected and they can provide continuous support to their clients.
It monitors the company’s critical services closely and ensures that the IT team is capable of providing their customers with a high-quality service. It helps them to manage heterogeneous computing environments even if the servers are located across different continents. It manages all the applications, devices, databases and network servers in an exceedingly multi-vendor and multi-technology environment.
The key network performance management (NPM) functions include: Error rates, network delays, packet loss, packet transmission and throughput. A high-end NPM strategy involves gathering top quality data, analyzing network management performance metrics carefully, collecting data automatically, and identifying security issues.
Security threats like malware, Trojan etc. are often the reason for poor network performance and are capable of impacting the complete network. A decent NPM process should be capable of identifying such threats immediately and taking preventive actions.
Network performance management provides end-to-end visibility and actionable insights, allowing the network administrators to proactively address network-based performance issues and ensuring that digital assets perform consistently and properly. It saves cost by reducing network latency related problems which hampers the productivity of the employees. It safeguards the network from any kind of security threats which could cause bigger threats like customer data theft, confidential data compromise. These situations can even lead to legal lawsuits which if proven will rip off the company of millions of dollars.