Help your team to prove that

It’s Not the Network.

NetBeez is a network monitoring platform that verifies end-to-end connectivity and network performance via dedicated hardware and software agents.

The agents can be installed at remote offices, data centers, and cloud environments to monitor, from the end-user perspective, the status of the network and applications.

Network engineers can review real-time and historical performance data on the NetBeez dashboard, quickly detecting network problems that impact users and applications.

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Key Benefits

Distributed network performance monitoring
Service assurance via active network tests
Quick identification of network vs. application issues
Support for customizable alert detection rules
Support for wired, wifi, and cloud monitoring agents
Support for custom service status portals via public API

Dashboard

The dashboard is organized in different views, or tabs, to enable its users to easily process the information collected by the agents. Here are the most important ones:
Buzz tab

The main screen of the NetBeez dashboard provides a high-level overview of network quality and applications monitored by the agents. In this view, the user can quickly be alerted about network or application issues that end-users are experiencing.

Agents tab

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.

Targets tab

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.

Wifi tab

The WiFi tab is used to add wireless networks 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.

Architecture

NetBeez is comprised of a central server and of the monitoring agents. The central server can be deployed on-premise as a virtual appliance or in the cloud on providers like Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud.

NetBeez supports different types of monitoring agents:
  • Plug-and-play hardware sensors that support Ethernet and WiFi 
  • Linux software packages
  • Virtual machines compatible with VMware, KVM, and Hyper-V 
  • Cloud instances for Amazon AWS, MS Azure, and Google Cloud
  • Cisco virtual services

The agents send real-time network availability and performance data to the central server, where the data is processed for alerting and display on the dashboard. The dashboard provides KPIs of the network and service quality from the end-user perspective.

Our Solutions

Wireless Monitoring

To assure WiFi reliability and performance, wireless engineers must gather connectivity and performance data with 802.11 sensors deployed closest to the users.

Office Monitoring

Deploy hardware and software agents at remote offices that continuously verify connectivity, Internet speed, and application performance from the end-user perspective.

“On the Netbeez dashboard, 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 onsite tech dispatches.”

ErnestNetwork Manager at eiNetwork

“We realized we needed a solution that gives us different points of measurement to collect the data we needed to effectively determine the cause of the reported issue...NetBeez is a must-have tool for the connected multi-site enterprise.”

KeithDirector of Cloud Services at TMW

“We were able to easily deploy NetBeez agents in all of our stores in our 17 county service territory. This instantly delivered our IT staff remote network visibility, enabling Goodwill to support and troubleshoot network and application issues in minutes rather than days.”

KirkAssociate VP of Technology at Goodwill