The ExtraHop platform makes it easier to manage increasingly complex physical, virtual, and cloud environments by providing deep insight into wire data, all L2-L7 communications between servers, including full bi-directional transaction payloads.
As application infrastructure is increasingly virtualized, self-reported machine data (CPU, memory, disk, and network bandwidth) matters less in terms of determining the effectiveness of application delivery. Wire data provides a better picture of how well the infrastructure is actually delivering services.
Operational Intelligence for IPM
The powerful infrastructure performance management capabilities of the ExtraHop platform help to navigate the challenges faced by IT teams:
- See through the clouds as you migrate applications from physical to virtual environments with real-time, cross-tier visibility.
- Forget manual instrumentation and enjoy automatic identification, classification, and mapping of new servers and applications.
- Stay on top of things that are easy to forget about, such as DNS configurations, service-account-password renewals, and SSL certificate expirations.
- Identify Citrix VDI pain points and stop extrapolating from resource utilization metrics; see Citrix client latency, load times, bytes by app and virtual channel, and more.
- Empower application developers by forgoing version-dependent agents that can complicate testing and rapid application iterations
- Identify misconfigurations and other issues caused by new application rollouts.
- Set performance baselines across weeks, days, and hours.
- Proactively alert the appropriate personnel before issues impact the user experience or your bottom line.
Wire Data and Machine Data
In increasingly virtualized environments, rudimentary resource utilization metrics such as CPU and memory are no longer sufficient to characterize application performance. ExtraHop bridges the gap between infrastructure and application performance monitoring. Learn about our partnership with Splunk to see why the combination of wire data and machine data is so powerful.