|NI University||Las Vegas, NV||November 11–14, 2013|
|Angelbeat||Houston, TX||November 19, 2013|
|Gartner Data Center Summit||London, UK||November 25–26, 2013|
|Gartner Data Center Conference||Las Vegas, NV||December 9–12, 2013|
Advanced Tool So Simple It Can Be Set Up In 10 Minutes
New Scalable High-Density Optical nTAP Provides Access for up to 24 Links in 1U Rack
Monitoring Switches Made Simple
Sometimes re-inventing the wheel is the right thing to do—especially when the goal is a customer-centric solution. The Matrix Network Monitoring Switch (NMS) is just such an example. Before we explore what makes the Matrix unique and why it's the ideal choice. Let me first answer a common question: why did Network Instruments decide to enter such a mature market?
Video is a high-profile, extremely latency sensitive service that demands careful deployment to achieve acceptable end-user performance. It's high-bandwidth requirements further complicate rollouts and means all IT services must be considered to maintain overall acceptable delivery levels.
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Its combined distributed architecture, remote analysis capabilities, powerful features provides for a more comprehensive tool than any other product."
The ability to store large amounts of rolling data and then to have the ability to review this days, weeks, and even months later is invaluable and is the only way we can guarantee network health."
I use Observer every day of the week and it has never failed to let us quickly resolve the issue we are confronting. I don't expect that to change anytime soon."
Network Instruments' Observer is the best network monitoring and analysis tool there is. It was built from the bottom up to meet the variable needs of organisations."