DemoFriday Video: ThousandEyes Network Analytics Demo – Going Beyond the Perimeter
In this exclusive SDxCentral DemoFriday, ThousandEyes, a performance analytics company, dives into the black box of Internet performance. Using detailed network analytics, Nick Kephart, director of product marketing, shows how to utilize the ThousandEyes technology to detect faulty links, bogged-down interfaces, routing mishaps, as well as ISP trouble areas that can plague networks. With this information, we learn how to take command of these challenges and regain control of the entire end-to-end network in this ThousandEyes Network Analytics demo.
The ThousandEyes network analytics demo offers insight on recent outages that have left networks and the businesses behind them looking for answers. Understanding these outages helps highlight how to better prepare for performance obstacles. Network analytics also show how to brace both your internal and external networks to address major problem areas.
With current clients like Verisign, Github, and ServiceNow using the ThousandEyes technology to react to performance issues, this DemoFriday expands on what the company can offer all types of networks and businesses. In the presentation, we also learn about configuration optimization, data correlation across routing, DNS, and network topology layers.
While available to everyone, the ThousandEyes network analytics demo will most directly impact those teams that handle technical engineering, network operations, and site reliability. If you missed the live presentation, you’re in luck! Below, you’ll find helpful resources that will guide you to a better understanding of network analytics, including the full event recording, the presentation slides, and a link to the full Q&A that followed Nick’s demo:
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