Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) is the most accurate technique to monitor the application traffic, analyze application delivery problems and regulate traffic flows to the best suitable way. With DPI’s packet level analysis, it is easy to make informed decisions on capacity planning and better network performance management. It also determines what is the root cause for performance related issues with the complete traffic picture (both network and application) in a single view.
With DPI you can answer the question:
NetFlow Analyzer's Deep Packet Inspection allows you to capture packets from the network flows allows you to capture packets from the network flows and analyzes packet capture (PCAP) files. The DPI capabilities rely on packet-level analysis to determine whether the network or the application is at fault and react quickly to the issues before they impact end users. It gives admins clear visibility into the volumes of application traffic for their enterprise network and helps them to diagnose application performance problems with response time details and drill even further to the root cause of performance degradation issues.
Response time and traffic volumes graphs for top application, to get at-a-glance details of application performance.
Application and Network response time graphs in single view for a specific app to pinpoint the exact fault and improve the network/app availability.
More accurate reports for application traffic helps to troubleshoot bandwidth issues and can determine which customer or application should receive bandwidth priority.
Conversation report helps to drill-down further to know the conversation between the top users and the application and other details of the user to understand the issue better and regulate them.
Generate historical reports for forensics with More Reports option to get to the root cause of issue and identify the reason behind it so that you can prevent any recurrence.
Get the complete view of response time and traffic of each application and check if the business critical apps are prioritized properly.