Discover unlimited network device monitoring with Foglight for Virtualization with Ninja Network Monitoring. This product bundle includes Foglight for Virtualization, offering unrivaled insights into your virtual data center and hybrid IaaS environments, as well as Ninja Network Monitoring, allowing you to monitor any device via SNMP, collect NetFlow data for granular network visibility on any port, and back up your device configuration. As a result, you’ll know the data you need is available when your business asks.
Gain powerful insight into every conversation that happens on the network. Detect network bottlenecks, and identify top users, domains, conversations and endpoints to speed troubleshooting.
Audit the hardware and software aspects of your network to proactively spot and remediate bottlenecks and other issues.
Capture all critical events that occur on your devices.
Create a backup of your Cisco or HP device configuration and get an alert if someone hacks into it and makes any changes.
See all neighboring devices to an interface to get a complete picture of your network and facilitate troubleshooting.
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As virtualization becomes easier, infrastructure sprawl goes up. Stop wasting resources and say hello to resource optimization. Learn how in this webcast.
Learn why migrating workloads to the cloud is more than simply replicating data to your VMs. Plan a successful cloud migration with Foglight.
If you think VMs and containers are similar, think again. For IT organizations currently running VMs, whether locally or in the cloud, and looking into starting new development in the cloud employing containers, the entire lifecycle matters. Unlike VMs, managing containers starts when the first code is written, and continues through monitoring and testing in production. Teams, especially DevOps, need to know what is different about building and deploying con