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Network Engineering

Iperf Comparison: Raspberry Pi, Odroid, Banana Pi, Utilite

By | Distributed network monitoring, End User Monitoring, Network Engineering, Network Monitoring, Raspberry Pi | 3 Comments

Iperf is a very handy network monitoring utility that can run network speed tests, as well as measure jitter and packet loss. It is available under Windows, OSX, and Linux. To run an Iperf test you need two hosts: the client or transmitter is the network traffic generator and the…

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Troubleshooting WAN with Distributed Network Monitoring

By | Distributed network monitoring, Network Monitoring, Network Troubleshooting, Product | No Comments

AngelBeat Recently, we toured Pittsburgh, Cleveland as well as three cities in Texas (Austin, San Antonio, and Houston) together with the folks from AngelBeat; AngelBeat, is an event tour that stops in one city every day, all year long, throughout the entire country and connects vendors with local IT practitioners. I…

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The End of the WAN as We Know It, What about Network Monitoring?

By | Network Engineering, Network Monitoring | No Comments

Over the past year, I kept coming across articles discussing how CIOs of large enterprise have finally started becoming more open-minded to the public cloud. This comes as no surprise since the benefits of a pay-as-you-go datacenter are irresistible. However, large enterprises will still keep a certain amount of datacenter capacity…

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