One of the most visible improvements introduced in Flowmon 10.2 is the more efficient way to set alerts. When defining them, you can now use NPM metrics, such as RTT, SRT and many more. This is especially handy, for instance, in the automatic identification of the performance degradation of critical services. Given the need to solve incidents and critical situations, so to speak, in real time, the solution now offers a way to assess alerts every 30 seconds, which can lead to a 10-fold reduction in response times.
OVERVIEW OF CHANGES AND NEW FEATURES IN FLOWMON 10.2
Possibility to define alerts based on Network Performance Metrics (NPM)
Alerting on 30s profiles
Processing of NPM information from Cisco AVC supported devices
Processing of Amazon VPC Flow Logs
Additional support of protocols for SCADA / IoT environment
Advanced SNMP monitoring capabilities
Improved LDAP integration
Support for FMD configuration in DA environment
Backup and recovery of Master unit in DA deployment
Overall performance and response optimisation
SSL support for Gigamon devices
Flowmon 10.2 can natively process Cisco AVC metrics and map them as proprietary Flowmon NPM, allowing them to be further processed transparently, whether in reporting, dashboard, alerts, etc. A new feature is the support of the protocol for Amazon VPC Flow Logs, allowing native monitoring in the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud environment. Support for other protocols in industrial networks and IoT / ICS systems, this time focusing on the energy sector, has been extended (IEC 61859 (GOOSE/MMS) and DLMS protocols are newly supported). With Gigamon devices, Flowmon 10.2 can also monitor and analyse selected SSL communication information.
Other improvements increase the performance and responsiveness of the user environment and system administration. See the blog article for more.