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Visual TruView appliance ready for network apps

01 Feb 2013

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Network solutions provider Fluke Networks' has recently debut the Visual TruView. The company's latest offering is a network and application performance-monitoring and troubleshooting appliance that identifies issues with VoIP, application transactions, and other network-performance issues.

The system integrates the separate disciplines of network and application performance monitoring, element managers, and stream-to-disc packet capture at up to 10Gbit/s into a single piece of equipment that eliminates correlations across multiple tool sets.

Visual TruView provides a time-correlated single dashboard view that makes it easy for network engineers to drill down to individual or groups of flows, packets, or transactions of any user, site, or period of time in just a few clicks. It also offers automatic identification and configuration of applications and networks, so setup takes just 15 minutes or less.

The TruView family of appliances comprises five models that offer scalable performance and price points in a compact 1U to 4U footprint.

Datasheet for the Visual TruView network monitorcan be found here.




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