Know your network's needs. Preserve top-performing and reliable services. The ability to understand and predict your networks’ needs is key for dealing with downtimes, high latency or bottlenecks. Flowmon outruns traditional infrastructure monitoring by delivering a comprehensive understanding of bandwidth usage so that you can reduce the risk of services performance degradation and plan your network capacity wisely.Launch demo
Capacity planning allows organizations to determine and meet future demands of changing network infrastructure. Without capacity planning organizations risk degradation of network performance and network downtime which leads to the ineffectiveness of employees, high latency of network services, customer churn and thus to significant financial losses.
Flowmon is a network monitoring solution utilizing the NetFlow/IPFIX technology. It collects, sorts and visualises network utilisation data to allow network operations teams to identify the performance profile of individual devices, foresee the impact of bandwidth usage from a user’s perspective as well, including application performance SLAs. With both real-time statistics and history track, you always know what capacity your infrastructure and servers need.
Network and application telemetry data is collected by using passive Flowmon Probes (NetFlow/IPFIX exporters) or leveraging the monitoring capabilities of your infrastructure components.
Flowmon shows how much traffic is generated by sources, destinations, devices, users, applications and protocols, and enables to accurately assess the network impact of delivered services.
The statistics that Flowmon can process include bandwidth, throughput, latency, jitter, retransmissions, error rate, quality of service (QoS) and more.
Flowmon is also able to homogenize proprietary metrics from third-party appliances and analyze them as if they came from a single source, allowing you to maximize investment into your existing infrastructure.
Once processed, the statistics are visualized and SLA reports created. The user receives alerts on detected incidents, so that degradations can be promptly avoided and accounted for in the future.