"All systems green" is a bit of a pipe dream for many IT departments: every team has their preferred dataset (which don't always match) and a penchant for finger-pointing, and as environments evolve to support hybrid cloud and distributed networks, you've got an exponential rise in visibility gaps as well.
There is a single pane of glass capable of providing enough context and precision to stop the blame game for good, and that's your network itself. ExtraHop transforms the network into a powerful source of insight backed by machine-driven automation that helps you cut troubleshooting time in half.
ExtraHop has helped us move from a reactive mode of operations to proactively resolving issues. We've achieved the "holy grail" of IT Operations where we're not just remediating problems faster, but preventing problems from happening in the first place.
John Hluboky VP of Technical Operations, Practice Fusion
The classic triage and troubleshooting workflow looks like this: someone, somewhere in your environment, starts screaming. Thirty other people are screaming too. You pick the loudest, or maybe the one with the most expensive suit, and you start pulling metrics from fifteen different windows. As soon as a culprit looks likely, the team responsible throws a banana peel in your path. Eventually, you've lost a few years of life but but the problem is solved (for now).
With ExtraHop, more than half those steps are automated or dramatically simplified. By analyzing all network traffic at a throughput of up to 100 Gbps, ExtraHop gives you real-time visibility into core, cloud, and edge workflows, including encrypted traffic, in a single UI. It takes three clicks or less to pivot between a high level view of all assets and dependencies in your environment to precise packet details.
ExtraHop applies machine learning to wire data metrics in real time, automatically prioritizing critical or high-risk assets so your team doesn't have to, and surfaces anomalous behavior with complete context of the problem and immediate access to packets for rapid root cause analysis.