Determining the signal from noise in increasing complex networks is always a challenge, even when just trying to troubleshoot those networks. There are no shortage of tools for diagnosing network problems, but if those tools add to complexity and overhead, while being time consuming to boot, are they really allowing you to get to the signal, or just creating more noise to sort through? Brandon Mangold feels the pain, but like what he’s seen from Kentik’s solution, which approaches real-time data presentation.
If you are like me trying to deal with managing complex infrastructures with little to no downtime I need more data, more often, more readily accessible. I need it all and I need it now! If so Kentik is definately worth taking a look at.
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