Network operations teams are now able to prove it’s not the network for faster ticket escalation and reduced troubleshooting time.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (PRWEB) March 19, 2019
Uila Inc., the Application Dependency Mapping company, today announced that it has extended its unique Application Mapping capabilities to include network devices dependencies and performance. With this new release and the most powerful Application Dependency Mapping solution in the industry, Network teams as well as Infrastructure teams now have the insight into unavailable and congested network that are directly impacting the performance of business critical applications.
Since the first release, Uila’s Application Dependency Mapping has provided detailed, dynamic Application topology maps for complex multi-tier applications, allowing proactive troubleshooting of issues at lightning speeds with full visibility into the behavior, health and dependencies across applications and infrastructure. With this new update, Uila users can pinpoint the performance bottleneck down to the network now for any dependency chain for a multi-tier application. Users are armed with operational insights on network devices, such as switches, routers, load balancers, firewalls, etc. with detailed information into the availability status, utilization, congestion, errors, discards. In addition, users get full visibility into connected VMs for every single network switch port and its respective Application, CPU, Memory and Storage Health to pinpoint performance challenges due to the network device bottleneck. For remote-location monitoring, in addition to its existing end-user experience monitoring capability, which measures the performance from the end-user’s perspective & proactively identifies issues, users can now visualize the status of the WAN link and the interconnection status with the rest of the switch fabric.
“With this new Network Device Monitoring capability, network operations teams are now able to prove it’s not the network for faster ticket escalation and reduced troubleshooting time for any application complaints by pin-pointing root cause to network devices,” says Chia-Chee Kuan, CEO and Founder for Uila. “This gets even more critical for application services in this age’s constantly changing and agile environment. Knowing it is the application or the infrastructure or the network device itself is the holy grail for troubleshooting any performance challenge in a Hybrid deployment.”
“Uila has continued its commitment to true full-stack monitoring capabilities with this new addition, offering network and operations teams the 360 degree monitoring and visibility reach to meet any challenges in the enterprise,” says Mike Motta, CEO at Motta Network Experts. “My customers with this network device monitoring capability, now have complete end-to-end monitoring for their Hybrid deployments and are better prepared to tackle any challenges confidently in a timely manner."
The new Network Device Monitoring capability can be purchased as an add-on module to the base Uila license. Users have the flexibility of purchasing packs for multiple network device ports/interfaces that need to be monitored. This new capability is available as part of Uila’s solution today. IT teams can put Uila’s new solution to the test by signing up for a complimentary trial from https://www.uila.com/uila-free-trial .