When you manage a network, there is so much to consider – from monitoring bandwidth to detecting traffic patterns, performing threat analysis, and responding to network-related problems in a timely manner.
Today we are canceling one Open beta to the Noction Flow Analyzer (NFA), a new product that allows network administrators to better visualize and understand traffic and overall network performance.
NFA is a flow-based monitoring and reporting software that collects, stores, and presents traffic data across the network and protocols for network analysis. The product enables engineers to optimize the performance of their networks and applications, control bandwidth usage, properly plan network capacity, perform detailed BGP peering and perform AS path analysis, improve security, and respond to network incidents minimize.
The system is designed so that IP flow data can be collected from any device, be it a router, switch, firewall, etc., that can export NetFlow, J-Flow, sFlow, IPFIX or NetStream. NFA has been successfully tested with devices from Cisco, Juniper, Huawei, Brocade, Alcatel, Vyatta, Mikrotik, Arista and ZTE.
Over the years, we have received feedback from our customers that the NetFlow analytics landscape needs to change. Due to skyrocketing prices and ambiguous license models, most of the NetFlow analyzers currently available on the market are not accessible to companies with a limited budget.
We build Noction Flow Analyzer to meet the need for an integrated traffic monitoring and analysis solution that gives engineers complete visibility into network performance while being present cost efficient for organizations of all sizes.
We believe that NFA is a breath of fresh air for modern network administration teams who need a comprehensive NetFlow analytics solution. Our goal is to provide a feature-rich and easy-to-use product that provides the information needed to quickly troubleshoot network problems.
Noction Flow Analyzer delivers:
1. An intuitive and user-friendly interface with unprecedented details on network performance.