Identify network problems quickly for effective Network Performance Management
Whenever business applications experience problems, it seems to be generally assumed that there’s a problem ‘with the network’. However, for efficient Network Performance Management, it’s important to identify specific problems.
Whenever business applications experience problems, it seems to be generally assumed that there’s a problem ‘with the network’. However, for efficient Network Performance Management, it’s important to identify specific problems to fix network malfunctions quickly.
Fluke Networks’ Visual Performance Manager (VPM) allows Network Engineers to get to the source of a problem quickly. In Three Simple Clicks, and under 45 seconds, the software delivers highly granular insights that enable the issues to be identified and solved swiftly so that users can benefit from an optimised network.
Visual Performance Manager frees up time so that Network Engineers can develop, innovate and improve their networks, and ensure they deliver real business value as well as enhancing the role of the network engineer.
To help network engineers, VPM allows them to deal with user queries in depth. Each individual user’s IP address can be isolated to check online usage, find out what applications they are using, which servers are supporting their requests and identify whether the problem lies in their device, on the network or the server, or within the business application.
The ’Three Clicks to View ’ is neatly shown in a free short video created by Fluke Networks to display the attributes of its Visual Performance Manager. It takes just three minutes to see how it takes three clicks to view any network issue that arises on your network - download the free video, Three Clicks to View, right here.
For a broader view of the challenges faced by Network Engineers, and how to achieve effective Network Performance Management, visit www.networkchallenges.com.
- Contact Information
- Roger Holder
- EMEA Field Marketing Manager
- Fluke Networks
- (44) (0) 1244 767175
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