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Network Performance and Latency with Omni Distributed Analysis Platform

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Watch the full OnDemand Webcast: http://bit.ly/NetworkPerformanceLatency ...

Watch the full OnDemand Webcast: http://bit.ly/NetworkPerformanceLatency

Businesses rely on modern networks to carry critical information. When that information doesn’t get there, or gets there too slowly, it slows down the business. Techniques for analyzing latency sources have traditionally been difficult to implement, relying on round trip times or inline application analytics. Now, it’s just a few mouse clicks away.

Watch this WildPackets OnDemand webcast to see how the Omni Distributed Analysis Platform uses total network visibility to uncover real-world network performance issues. We show you a live demo of three common scenarios, using powerful tools to combine deep packet inspection with intuitive visualizations, to find the root cause quickly.

Here are the scenarios:

The server team and the network team are pointing fingers at each other. Users say the server is slow, but the stats show there’s not a lot of server load. We’ll show you in a single click how to get the answer. If it’s the network, we’ll show you where to find the slowdown.
The company is paying for a premium WAN link for a fast and reliable connection between sites, but VoIP and other time-sensitive traffic are having problems. The WAN provider says you need a faster link, but MRTG implies you’re not sending that much traffic across. Before you spend more money on the upgrade, take a few minutes to measure just how reliable the link is.
Wi-Fi is convenient, but a recent audit showed that the network password could be cracked in under an hour, so the company is rolling out 802.1X with WPA2-Enterprise, but people are having problems getting online, so they refuse to move to the new network. Since the Wi-Fi frames are encrypted, you don’t think you can use OmniPeek. However, the solution can be found by capturing on both wireless and wired.

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