Collection, Visualization, and Reporting for All Types of Flow, IPFIX, and Metadata Exports
As a network professional, you are the immediate—though often incorrect—target of blame for poor user experience. But when you turn to your SNMP tool and all the lights are green, what do you do next? What you really need is historical visibility, fast reporting, and accurate forensic data to achieve rapid root cause resolution. Scrutinizer is built on a strong foundation of providing total visibility, informational accuracy, and flexibility. With the industry’s deepest context and fastest reporting, it provides the source of truth for rapid, efficient network and security incident response.
The Most Scalable Solution with the Industry’s Fastest Reporting
As the volume of flows and available metadata rapidly grows, platform scalability and speed of reporting become paramount. Scrutinizer scales to millions of flows per second through resilient hierarchical deployments, enabling streamlined and efficient data collection. Additionally, Scrutinizer has been purpose-built to deliver the fastest reporting in the industry. When time-to-know matters, Scrutinizer is the system of choice.
Deep Data Context
Better context comes by correlating network-related data with metadata from various network locations. Root cause analysis is most efficient when you can instantly bring together the user, device, location, protocol, and application data (including URL and URI) for every flow on the network. Through partnerships and technology integration with companies like Cisco, Juniper, Gigamon, Ixia, Palo Alto Networks, Citrix, VMware, Extreme Networks, Endace, Splunk, and many others, Scrutinizer provides the data you need for fast and accurate incident response.
Visibility and Data Correlation Across Virtual and Physical Network Environments
The introduction of software-defined data centers, virtualization, and virtual networking doesn’t have to lead to loss of traffic visibility. With Scrutinizer, data can be gathered, correlated, and visualized across both physical and virtual environments. Now IT can ensure that the wired/wireless network as well as virtual and software-defined networks (including Cisco ACI and VMware NSX) are maintaining the highest performance possible.line-break
Scrutinizer for the Network Team: Better Data Context, Faster Time-To-Resolution
When poor user experience is encountered, blame is immediately—and often erroneously—placed on the network team. As a network professional, your first step is often to turn to an SNMP tool, but when all lights are green, what do you do next? What you really need is historical visibility, fast reporting, and accurate forensic data to achieve rapid root cause resolution. You need Scrutinizer.line-break
Cisco ACI NetFlow Support
What is Cisco ACI? Why should I care about Cisco ACI NetFlow support? Let’s go over the SDN benefits and what sets Cisco ACI apart.line-break
User vs. Predefined Flexible NetFlow
A big advantage of the Flexible NetFlow concept, as opposed to traditional NetFlow, is that the user can define the flow. The user-defined flow records and the component structure of Flexible NetFlow make it easy to create various configurations for traffic analysis and data export on a networking device with a minimum number of configuration commands.line-break
SD WAN Problems with Visibility
In the past, we built reports for the proprietary exports from both Cisco IWAN and Citrix CloudBridge, but we still see major SD WAN problems when it comes to the visibility available into the SD WAN performance. Here’s how we addressed this problem.