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Network Monitoring

Monitoring all of the different networking technologies that support your IT infrastructure typically means juggling several different vendor-specific network tools - a time-consuming challenge. There's nothing worse than getting hundreds of false server alarms when a router interface fails - unless it's configuring false alarm detection in two, three, or even four different network management tools.

Having a single, unified, end-to-end network monitoring solution that allows you to view all of your network events, correlated and in context with all of the other events generated by components in your physical, virtual, converged, and public/private cloud infrastructure, is essential.

Zenoss Enterprise Network Monitoring Software Video Zenoss Service Dynamics provides IT infrastructure monitoring to some of today's largest private networks — networks with 50,000+ network devices. Zenoss automatically builds and maintains a topology model of your entire network, including devices, routers, interfaces, and routes. Zenoss also keeps up with rapidly changing network usage patterns. With Zenoss, network administrators and IT Operations teams have the network monitoring capabilities they need to obtain unified service insight and ensure service delivery across all of the components in their physical, virtual, converged, and public/private cloud IT infrastructure.

Zenoss Network Monitoring Capabilities

  • Unified monitoring and correlation of networking events in context with other device and component events in the IT infrastructure
  • Discovery of chassis, processors, fabric cards, ports, power supplies, fans, and other key network infrastructure components
  • Dynamic, centralized network and IP address inventory for discovered devices
  • Integration and monitoring of SNMP traps with other IT infrastructure event streams
  • Automatic network topology map creation and updates, including automatic, dynamic updates of the network topology map as network administrators update or reconfigure the network based on changing business and application needs
  • Performance and availability monitoring for metrics like inbound/output traffic speeds and operational status, as well as fast discovery and notification when network devices or interfaces go down
  • Suppression of symptomatic events during Layer 3 networking failures, which eliminates event “noise” and speeds issue isolation and root cause identification.
Company:
Zenoss, Inc.