Now you can prove that
NetBeez enables NOCs to save IT time and resources,
while maximizing uptime and performance.
NetBeez Network Monitoring is
Remote, Real-time, and from the User Perspective
With NetBeez, we are able to see how traffic is routing back to our data centers from the local offices, which helps us identify latency, packet loss, and asymmetric routing problems.Eric GoodwinSystems Architect at Veterans United Home Loans
I can quickly access the network availability and application performance data collected in real-time by all the agents. This translates to faster problem resolution, decreased service downtime and reduced tech dispatches.Ernest WilliamsNetwork Manager at eiNetwork
NetBeez sends an alert when a problem is detected in the environment, so we can proactively address it before it becomes a large business impact.Ryan RiffleNetwork Manager at Insurance Firm
Real-Time Insights for Enhanced User Experience
Take a quick tour of the NetBeez dashboard
The main screen of the NetBeez dashboard provides a high-level overview of the performance of remote locations, web applications, and WiFi networks monitored by the agents. In this view, the user can quickly be alerted about network, application, or WiFi issues that end-users are experiencing.
The Agents tab is used to configure agents’ settings and review their statuses. For each agent, the user can review its network configuration details, open alerts and incidents, tests results, and run commands via the interactive console.
The Targets tab is used to check and create the status of a monitoring target. Targets can be: an HTTP-based application, a DNS server, a generic set of network tests (e.g. ping and traceroute) between agents or against a generic host.
The WiFi tab is used to add SSIDs that will be monitored by the WiFi agents. This tab also shows lists of the performance metrics detected by the agents for each network, such as: Signal strength, link quality, channel, and BSSIDs available. The WiFi sensors also report the time that it takes to associate to a BSSID, authenticate with the network, and obtain a DHCP address.
In the tests tab the user can schedule network performance tests such as: iperf, network speed, and VoIP. These tests run based on a user-defined schedule and are valuable to monitor the end-to-end network performance and enforce third-party SLAs.
Unlimited Deployment Options
NetBeez supports different types of monitoring agents:
- WAN Ethernet and WiFi sensors
- Instances for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud
- Linux packages and Docker containers
- Virtual machines for VMware and HyperV
- Network vendors such as Cisco, Extreme and Juniper