Test and Measure the Health of Your Applications and Infrastructure
Ensure the availability, reliability, and performance of mission-critical business services across your multi-cloud environment, over Ethernet or Wi-Fi, from wherever users need access. Watch this demo to see how NETSCOUT’s nGeniusPULSE can:
- Provide IT visibility from anywhere users are located
- Isolate issues between Wi-Fi and Ethernet networks
- Correlate infrastructure health with application performance
- Proactively alert on issues even when no one is on the system
As part of the nGenius Service Assurance portfolio providing end-to-end network visibility, nGenius®PULSE is an always-on and automated solution for cloud, hybrid, and virtual environments that helps customers manage the user experience and isolate issues between assets they own and the multitude of service providers they use. nGeniusPULSE also correlates service delivery with health of the supporting infrastructure, ensuring that the most critical elements of the business eco-system are connected and working.
With automatic and continuous active (synthetic) testing of business services availability and performance, nGeniusPULSE provides 24x7 monitoring of critical applications and services from anywhere in the enterprise; in the Data Center, at remote branches, with remote workers, for IoT devices and more.
What is Active, Synthetic Monitoring and Why is it Important?
Active, synthetic-based monitoring gives you the ability to act like a user and simulate user actions, whether or not anyone is actually on the system. Meaning, you can routinely and automatically test applications such as Office 365, SalesForce, voice or UCaaS calls, or even your network performance from every location 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With active testing, you can test every 2 minutes, every 5 minutes – once a day, or whenever you want and ensure that your users can connect and perform their job functions and, regardless of whether they’re using wired or wireless networks.
You can use active testing as a forewarning system to indicate possible issues from virtually any location as well as a “baseline” for what performance should look like and be alerted when performance deviates from normal.