Real-time network monitoring

Periodical health checks and performance audits are essential, but during technical hiccups it becomes very necessary to analyze real-time data. For e.g. If a switch port reports high bandwidth utilization, the network engineer will need to check the live/latest utilization statistics of that particular port to know whether the problem still exists.

Most network administrators inconveniently run commands via Command Line Interface to their network devices or else Remote Desktop to their servers to check for current performance. OpManager with its newly introduced real-time monitoring functionality enables one to instantly report on device performance in real-time without having to use another tool to remotely access the problem device. During network performance degradations, just launch the real-time graphs and get up-to-the-second information about the device performance and its health, remotely.

Real-time Interface Traffic
Real time interface traffic
Real-time Server Performance
Real time server performance graph

With OpManager's real-time graphs, administrators get:

  • Real-time statistics on device CPU and Memory Utilization.
  • Up-to-the-second information on any performance metric of a device.
  • Real-time traffic/ Bandwidth utilization of an interface/ port.

The real-time performance graphs can also be configured as dashboard widgets to let the administrators see live performance trends as soon as they login.

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