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ThousandEyes

Do you know the current availability and quality of your WAN connections or your SaaS applications (e.g. Microsoft 365, Cisco Webex etc.)? Wouldn't it be great if a thousand eyes were constantly watching to make sure everything was running smoothly? This is now possible: with the Thousand Eyes monitoring solution, hybrid IT landscapes can be monitored easily and efficiently.

Isn't your network already "a hybrid IT-OT-IoT ecosystem"?

3 questions you should ask yourself as an IT manager:

  • Do I see the entire state of my IT ecosystem at a glance?
  • What cloud-based services does the ecosystem, including users, consume? (e.g. office365, Azure, AWS...)?
  • Am I currently aware of all the effects that disrupt or could disrupt my ecosystem?

The ThousandEyes platform from Cisco provides a holistic view of the entire network topology in use.

  • ThousandEyes resolves the "blind spot" provider network and its services.
  • Cisco devices have zero-touch deployment interfaces to ThousandEyes.
  • Fast integration of ThousandEyes agents in enterprise networks.
  • Consumption license model.

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"Home" is the new office - or at least part of it. The Internet is the new LAN - WAN. SaaS (Software as a Service) delivers the new applications and the cloud is the new, anonymous data center. The network to be operated is already a hybrid IT-OT-IoT ecosystem.

This means that many new factors have been introduced into the network that need to be taken into account, evaluated and controlled when managing the network.

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Many networks and services - such as provider networks - are not visible to traditional network management, so-called blind spots.

The increased use of cloud-based services and networks across multiple branches and various Internet access nodes from different providers means that these blind spots are growing unnoticed. Corporate strategies such as "bring your own device" make it even more difficult to analyze faults in the event of a malfunction, and if the Microsoft365, Azure, AWS and google.DOC services become slow or even fail, fault analysis becomes almost impossible.

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ThousandEyes brings full visibility. End to end.

ThousandEyes is a cloud-based network performance monitoring tool of the next generation. Thanks to the availability of external ThousandEyes agents, the quick and easy installation of onPremise Enterprise Agents and Endpoint Agents, the first holistic views of the network are available shortly after commissioning.

Terms such as "Digital Experience Monitoring, End User Monitoring, End User Experience and BGP SLA Provider Monitoring" can now be implemented as active use cases:

  • The user complains that he can only use the SAP system in a hosted data center very slowly at the moment, even before the current monitoring systems sound the alarm. This is a "bad user experience".
  • The reason is that the provider has switched to a less performant backup line. ThousandEyes recognizes this and automatically informs the audit department that an SLA violation of the provider contract has occurred and that a recourse claim will be created.

Users are complaining that they can only use the SAP system in a hosted data center very slowly at the moment, even before the current monitoring systems sound the alarm. This is a "bad user experience".

The reason is that the provider has switched to a less performant backup line. ThousandEyes recognizes this and automatically informs the auditing department that an SLA violation of the provider contract has occurred and a recourse claim is created.

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Contact us now for your ThousandEyes quote!

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