Solutions

WAN Bandwidth Monitoring & Management

Are you in a situation where you have to manage multiple remote offices? How often do they run out of bandwidth? How many times do your uplinks fill for no reason? It’s pretty crazy how quickly a gigabit port can fill up and how hard it can be to identify what’s responsible. 

Trust us, we know a lot about Bandwidth Monitoring. Without the right tools it is impossible to get a firm grasp of what is going on in your network. Opsview can help. From the moment of installation, we are able to generate graphing and alerts on interface counters, enabling you to quickly react to a bandwidth shortage. 

With our Network Analyzer module thrown into the mix, it’s going to get a lot easier. You’ll be able to create a dashboard showing you exactly what is going on in the network at a particular time and you’ll even get a view into the history of the flows within your network. Watch the video to find out more about our Network Analyzer. 

Opsview can:

  • Generate graphing and alerts on any interface out of the box, allowing you to receive the warning when a link is getting warm, rather than waiting for complaints
  • Highlight WAN bandwidth hotspots on our dashboards, enabling you to see the congested link in real-time and react quickly
  • Report on WAN capacity to help you highlight issues to stakeholders, allowing you to be on top of justifying any changes 
  • Using our Network Analyzer package, you can add in live dashlets, offering a live insight into your network traffic. 

 

Bandwidth Monitoring with Opsview

Our Network Analyzer add-in allows you to get a full view of your WAN utilization

Which solution is right for me? 

With Opsview Monitor, you can be monitoring bandwidth very quickly. We have a range of fully supported monitoring solutions tailored exactly to the needs of your organization. Large environments and service providers can utilize Opsview Monitor Enterprise Edition or Opsview Monitor MSP Edition, while smaller business will enjoy Opsview Monitor Pro Edition. Try Opsview Monitor for yourself free for 30 days