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History repeating itself is often a bad thing. But how about on your network? When your network is running smoothly you want history to repeat itself, but when problems occur you want to know when, where and why they occurred and prevent them from repeating themselves. The theme here is history, and if you can’t adequately display, analyze and report on your network’s history, you'll never know if you’re repeating it – good or bad.
WatchPoint from WildPackets records your network history, minute by minute, from multiple sources, including SNMP, NetFlow, sFlow and WildPackets network analysis probes. Data from these varied sources are aggregated into a single reporting solution, for months or even years, providing both up-to-the-minute and long-term historical reporting and analysis of network events. When used with WildPackets network analysis and recording probes, including TimeLine, additional network details like Expert analysis and VoIP performance are also recorded for both up-to-the-minute and long-term historical reporting. With WatchPoint, you'll understand when history should be repeated, and when it should be avoided!
In this webcast, we will cover:
Key technologies used in long-term network reporting
The limitations of single technology approaches
The value of long-term historical reporting and analysis
What you will learn:
Determining long-term trends using WatchPoint
Troubleshooting ongoing issues with WatchPoint
Generating detailed, scheduled reports
Linking directly from high-level reporting to detailed packet analysis
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