5View NetFlow™ ensures the performance of business critical applications through comprehensive NetFlow monitoring. In addition to incorporating all of the industry best practices for application flow management, 5View NetFlow tracks 100% of the NetFlow, Jflow, SFlow, and IPFIX data.
As a purpose-built appliance, 5View NetFlow scales from the smallest to the largest networks. Incorporating business relevant hierarchical groupings, 5View NetFlow can efficiently monitor the performance of thousands of applications across a distributed network, allowing the user to drill down to detail flow metrics including interface, application, server, and client-server conversation usage reports.
5View NetFlow also incorporates some unique features such as de-duplication of NetFlow records—enabling the user to access accurate data faster, as well as the creation of a sophisticated IPDR, to efficiently manage and manipulate NetFlow data.
- Track, troubleshoot and resolve application problems
- Easily identify bandwidth intensive applications
- Support Cisco’s Application Visibility and Control (AVC)
- Monitor trends in application behavior
- Efficiently perform in-depth application flow analysis
- Immediately detect rogue activity on the network
- Pinpoint the cause of application congestion
- Identify denial of service attacks, port scanning, or unauthorized activity
5View™ NetFlow provides:
- Tracking for 100% of NetFlow, Jflow, SFlow, and IPFIX data
- Processing of up to 350,000 flow records per second with one appliance; Multiple appliances can scale to manage millions of records per second
- Quick time to deploy—an appliance can be up and running, collecting data, and reporting in a day
- De-duplication of NetFlow records reduces the amount of unnecessary data stored
- Sophisticated IPDR's created to better manage, manipulate NetFlow data
- Out-of-the box reporting, custom reporting, and top down analysis through drill downs
- Business relevant hierarchical groupings; single, multi-interface and enterprise-wide perspectives, individual and group-aggregated statistics