These time-saving analytics are integrated into a single appliance, reducing initial expense, set-up time and ongoing maintenance. NTM's Plug-and-Play operation automatically identifies applications, analyzes their performance, and displays relevant statistics in user-configurable dashboards.
Auto-multisegment analysis supports collaborative packet capture, retrieval and analysis across multiple OptiView XG's and NTM - reduces time and effort required to analyze tough application issues across multiple segments by a factor of 5 or more.
You won't miss a key event with the NTM's independently verified 100% packet capture at on multiple 10/100 Mbps, 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps Ethernet interfaces at rates exceeding 10Gbps with multiple terabytes of RAID storage.
Integrated design with Plug-and-Play deployment
The Network Time Machine is an all-in-one solution for back-in-time root cause analysis of network and application problems. The innovative Performance Bottleneck Analysis (PBA) visually identifies the fault domain to the server or the network. Application-centric analysis finds problems without needing to look at packets. Advanced data mining quickly pinpoints the relevant packets in multiple terabytes of captured data.
Instantly identifies fault domain to network or server
The NTM automatically discovers applications and reports performance trending metrics by server, network and client site. The unique Performance Bottleneck Analysis (PBA) displays server, network and client site time for each TCP flow. PBA metrics show where application time is spent, immediately identifying the root cause of application performance complaints.
Back-in-time, application-centric analysis
The NTM uses stream-to-disk technology to record all network traffic up to full 10 Gbps line rate so you don't miss any critical events. All Network Time Machine products come with multiple, high-performance interfaces with multiple platform choices.
Real-time application performance analysis
The NTM is application and server aware. It offers a high-level dashboard view of applications, servers and sites. This single screen provides a visual representation of key performance indicators such as data volume by application, network latency by site, and connections by server. While the NTM continuously discovers and logs the performance of each application server, users can easily select and show the KPIs that are of interest with one click, making it easy to compare performance between servers supporting the same application. In addition, users can define thresholds and alarms for analyzed performance metrics.
Traffic analysis of critical links
Each Network Time Machine (NTM) is equipped with high performance FPGA-based capture card. All capture cards have built-in hardware filters and DLC error detection capabilities. NTM can be connected to the network through SPAN ports or any of the large arrays of inline, aggregation or switching Taps available from Fluke Networks. Together with its high performance stream-to-disk functionality - up to 10 Gbps, the NTM provides you with the peace of mind that you will not miss a critical event on your critical links.
VoIP and video performance
The NTM provides real-time or post-capture VoIP and video quality assessment with extensive QoS, call type and codec analysis for all SIP or H. 323 calls. Quality parameters including packet loss, jitter, R-value, can be displayed or combined into MOS and R-factor for voice or VQFactor for a video stream. Generate a QoS report for a VoIP call simply by selecting the desired call and clicking the "report" tab. Call setup problems, such as can't connect or busy, are shown without the need to decode packets.
Compliance/security forensicsProduct Highlights
High performance stream-to-disk captures packet and payload for long term storage for tracing of abnormal user behavior. Advanced filters aid in the extraction of traffic to see user patterns, a server susceptible to tampering, and compliance and security violations. ClearSight Analyzer can provide detailed analysis showing where and how the issue occurred.
- Auto-multisegment analysis accelerate distributed packet analysis
- Portable units
- Rackmount units