1Working With the Visual TruView Management Console
The management console is fully customizable and offers a single-pane-of-glass view into network operations. At a glance, administrators can determine performance, identify bottlenecks or recognize application problems. The console, which is based on HTML5, offers menu selections that focus on recognizable issues, easing the identification and troubleshooting process.
2Visual TruView Includes a Customizable Dashboard
A fully customizable dashboard lets administrators define what information should appear. Building a dashboard uses a simple click-and-drag action that leverages gadget-like elements to populate the dashboard with information that supports real-time updating. Administrators can define multiple dashboards as needed.
3Application Performance Dashboard
Dashboards can be created for a variety of reasons. The dashboard pictured here shows the performance of multiple applications and their related infrastructure delivery methods. Colors are used to relate applications to their performance stats, while graphs are used to compare the various elements that define performance.
4Assessing Application Usage
5Monitoring Site Performance
6Site Traffic Analysis
The site traffic analysis dashboard offers detailed information on traffic flow for a selected site. Average transfer rates are presented, as well as a time line, which shows peaks and valleys of traffic. Traffic direction is also recorded, giving an idea of what type of asymmetrical performance a particular site may need.
The Application Analysis dashboard offers a multitude of options for determining application performance. Here, an administrator can quickly identify the performance of applications, servers hosting those applications and sites hosting the servers. What’s more, information can be correlated to determine where a performance problem lies, just by looking at the graphs and drilling down into the target content.
8Drilling Down Into Application Charts and Details
The multilayered menu system allows administrators to drill down into details, such as packet round-trip times, transactions and so on. The various screens prove invaluable for troubleshooting a problem by helping narrow down the cause and provide the investigative detail to back up or disprove assumptions about network performance problems.
9Network Performance Dashboards
10Tracking Network Device Loads
11VOIP Troubleshooting and Monitoring
Visual TruView offers extensive VOIP monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities, making it easy to resolve problems with call quality jitter, dropped connections and so on. The VOIP calls dashboard shown here offers all of the critical information related to a call and allows drilldown into the VOIP packet details to aid troubleshooting chores.