Drive IT to the Core of Your Business
Modern network performance monitoring brings challenges that traditional network management tools can't solve: increased cloud traffic, complex hybrid WAN deployments, and more. ExtraHop, a Visionary in the 2018 Gartner NPMD Magic Quadrant, can help you take back control with an analytics-first workflow that gets you from issue to packet in 3 clicks or less.
Real-time visibility into all network traffic (including into SSL/TLS encrypted traffic) makes it easy to understand how applications are using network resources, troubleshoot issues with tricky systems like VoIP, and see all performance data in one place.
Advanced machine learning automatically detects and correlates performance issues in real time, giving your team the rapid information and deep context you need to proactively resolve problems before users complain.
ExtraHop puts you three clicks away from the root cause of any given performance issue. With broad context and precise packet details at your fingertips, you'll find answers right away and cut time to resolve by up to 90%.
Modernize Your NPM
As cloud adoption grows and new encryption standards like TLS 1.3 black out huge swaths of network data for internal teams as well as for potential attackers, NetOps teams need a new way to do their jobs quickly and effectively. Comprehensive visibility isn't enough; you also need to parse that data at massive scale so you can take action before end users complain.
By pairing full internal visibility with advanced machine learning that drives automated detection and investigation, ExtraHop helps NetOps teams deliver a streamlined, reliable experience from the core, to the cloud, to the edge. Read on to learn how ExtraHop supports key network performance initiatives across every corner of the hybrid enterprise!
Rather than wasting time pointing fingers and speculating about where the problem was originating, with ExtraHop, we were all able to look at the data, pinpoint the source of the issue, and get it resolved. ExtraHop is the difference between guessing and knowing.
IT Manager, Greenbrier Companies