Deep Packet Analysis for PCAP Files, long time monitoring with user defined protocol metrics.

SharkMon

Input

Sharkmon imports network packet data in PCAP files from distributed data sources (server, firewalls, cloud, user PC, agents).

Sharkmon can also access capture appliances via API, which import and process raw network data.

Sharkmon analyzes packet data on the basis of freely definable profiles, which can contain all protocols and their fields that can be identified in Shark.

Sharkmon is based on a versatile analysis concept, which means that critical conditions can be precisely identified.

Threshold values can be stored to enable the identification of critical values and to recognize and forward incidents.

Processing

output

Sharkmon presents the data in web-based top-down dashboards that enable the presentation of months, hours - or seconds.

Sharkmon values and incidents can be exported and correlated with other data from other monitor solutions (such as system / network management, support tickets, etc.) in our KPI platform SLIC.

Features

  • Long-term data - import large pcap files for hours, days, weeks, in real time. Created by a large number of trace tools (tcpdump, Tshark).
  • Auto-Analysis - Thousands of data, analyzed automatically by Deep Packet Expert Profiles.
  • Incidents - Create incidents based on variable thresholds per object
  • Long-term perspective - visualization of incidents and raw files in intelligent dashboards, over hours, days, weeks or months
  • Incident Correlation - Importing incidents into service management, these become part of the correlation framework
  • Automation - the analysis, step by step

Benefits

  • Are there problems in my trace files?

  • Which category is affected (network, application, connection)

  • What exact metric caused the problem

  • Which threshold values were exceeded

  • Direct access to the trace files

  • Category-specific

  • Deep insights over a long period of time - for seconds, hours or days

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