Exinda Announces the Launch of Network Reporting Center

Exinda, a provider of Wide Area Network (WAN) optimization and application performance management solutions, has launched its cloud-based Network Reporting Center (NRC).

The NRC is an advanced reporting solution designed to address the need of the IT department for comprehensive network wide reporting and long term historical trending and analytics by offering a comprehensive view of the entire worldwide network.

It addresses some of the issues facing network managers about network performance such as why the network is slow, how important business applications are performing on the network, which ones are consuming all of the bandwidth, and how much bandwidth is being consumed by recreational applications.

The solution provides real-time troubleshooting and historical reporting of all of the applications on the WAN and on an organization’s Internet connections. NRC shows the actual applications and users consuming network resources. It is offered as a cloud solution or as an on-site virtual appliance.

“With NRC, network managers now have the tools to monitor overall network performance, analyze historical data to anticipate problems, identify key trends in performance, and address them before they impact the user experience,” said Kevin Suitor (NewsAlert), Exinda‘s vice president of marketing, in a statement.

NRC collects network data from each location, including head office and branches, and consolidates the data into a single, centralized reporting dashboard. It provides granular, by-the-minute reporting in real time, as well as up to two years of historical data on the applications traversing the network.

Exinda’s comprehensive reporting solution integrates easily with the existing network, with no additional hardware required. Its centralized reporting provides a global view into business-critical applications, WAN utilization, and network and application performance problems across entire worldwide network, company officials said.

Earlier this year, Exinda announced its Exinda devices and operating systems will provide full support for both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic with the launch of the next version of its ExOS 6.x software.

With this capability, the company enables network operators to continue to easily monitor, manage and optimize network traffic as users with IPv6 addresses begin accessing organizations’ WAN.