How to Interact with SPV
Power users of SPV often ask for interaction with SPV.
SPV can already provides useful data through SNMP for BCA and BCN, as explained in http://blog.securactive.net/?p=3358. With SNMP you can also monitor the operating system of the probe, like the resource usage.
However how to request a custom page with filters from an other program? Starting with SPV 2.18 Securactive added a few useful features for developers to do so.
Send a link with embedded authentication
First of all, a simple feature, very basic for now, you can send a link with the embedded login and password. This is …
This short video shows how you can setup Virtual Distributed Switch of VMware and Performance Vision to visualize traffic & performance metrics between virtual machines.
If you have any further question, please visit http://forum.securactive.net and we shall provide you with additional information.
The version 2.15 of Performance Vision offers the possibility to analyze HTTP performance.
Among other items, it allows you to display the behavior and performance of all the elements of a web page requested by a user.
Here is a timeline computed following a web request:
How to activate it?
This activation can be done in 2 ways:
1/ By zone: you can activate the HTTP analysis on a whole zone (which can be defined by subnets, IP addresses, MAC addresses, VLAN… e.g.: a zone named “Web servers”)
HTTP applications concentrate many performance issues:
- They are a common way to let internal & external users access and modify data.
- They rely on a delivery chain which contains many elements, which are all performance drivers: browser, workstation, network, front-server, application server, file server, database, images, etc…
- They raise specific troubleshooting issues: among others, the end user feedback is based on the concept of page, while most network based performance analysis is based on every transaction / object in the page (html, css, image, script, etc.)
This one-hour webinar will enable you to:
- Understand the challenges of performance troubleshooting for HTTP Applications.
- View a …
Nagios is a powerful tool to easily monitor IT network and servers. It can alert on availability issue, software or hardware problems. But it’s much harder to alert on “End User Response Times” or response time degradation.
With the help of the SNMP module of your Securactive Performance Vision probes, you can add new check on Nagios to perform this and other advanced checks.
You can find a step-by-step guide to integrate Performance Vision data into Nagios, here: http://www.securactive.net/help/userguide/nova/last/html/cacti.html?highlight=nagios#how-to-integrate-your-aps-with-nagios
SecurActive provides a Nagios script to make the integration easier; you can find it here: https://github.com/securactive/check_snmp_securactive or http://download.securactive.net/misc/check_snmp_securactive.pl.zip
By integrating Performance Vision data into WhatsUp Gold, you can monitor network and application performance through the same solution as the availability and resource consumption of your IT infrastructure. Our distributor in Singapore, AsiaVAD, nicely drafted the new possibilities that this integration creates.
Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold is a popular network, server and application monitoring solution, support versatile monitor protocols such as SNMP, WMI, Service Running Check, Network Port, Scripting support, Disk/Memory Utilization Monitor, for wide range of devices include router, switches, firewall, servers of various OS, application servers.
SecurActive’s Performance Vision (SPV), is a network-based APM [Application Performance Monitoring] solution, …
Performance offers an open SNMP MIB to integrate its performance data into external tools, like Cacti.
This offers users of opensource SNMP graph tools such as Cacti, MRTG, Centreon, Nagios or commercial SNMP solutions like What’s Up Gold, PRTG, SNMPc an opportunity to integrate into their monitoring toolbox network and application performance metrics.
You can for example integrate data like:
- Packet counts
- RTT response times (network latency)
- End User Reponse Times
- Server Response Times
You can read a step-by-step guide on how to …
SecurActive Performance Vision and Wildpackets have partnered to deliver a great end-to-end solution integrating the best of both worlds:
- WildPackets bring their expertise in high rate packet capture and storage and in-depth packet decoding,
- SecurActive Performance Vision bring their great ability to provide an overview of network and application performance and a drill down to the details through an intuitive and user-friendly interface.
By combining both solutions, WildPackets and SecurActive provide a best of breed solution to monitor network and application performance from monitoring dashboards to in-depth packet expert analysis.
Users equipped with both solutions will benefit from a one-click bridge from any Performance …
When it comes to providing an easy to understand representation of network traffic and network topology, zones have always been a key concept in Performance Vision. It got progressively improved by integrating the possibility to use multilayered zones (in a tree structure).
Performance Vision version 2.12 now takes this concept one step further! So far zones were defined only by IP segments.
In version 2.12, network zones can integrate many more elements like:
- MAC addresses,
- Capture interface,
Showing Topology in Large Unsegmented LANs
When all clients are sitting …