Fluke Networks version 8 network time machine accelerates problem solving

 

Fluke Networks announced a new version of its Network
Time Machine, with new capabilities that make it the first all-in-one, plug-and-play
appliance that provides both instant identification of network versus server
problems and root cause analysis of network and application problems.

 

The new features in version 8 incorporate the company’s
visual fault domain isolation technology that graphically identifies where
problems exist – all while continuing to provide 100 percent stream-to-disk
capabilities with deep packet inspection at rates greater than 10 Gbps for more
detailed analysis in a single appliance.

 

“Is it the server or the network?’ That’s the No. 1
question network professionals tell us they need to answer as part of any
troubleshooting scenario,” said Gary Ger, vice president of enterprise network
analysis, Fluke Networks.

 

Version 8 takes our Network Time Machine platform’s
performance to the next level not only by answering this question in a fraction
of the time, but by doing so in the form of a single, simple appliance that
does not require multiple servers, complex deployment scenarios and continuous
configuration and maintenance,” Ger added.

 

In addition to instantly identifying server versus network
problems, the new user interface features user-configurable dashboards that
automatically identify and display key performance metrics with instant
drill-down capability into root cause analysis.

 

By TelecomLead.com Team
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