End-to-end Analysis of User Performance from Client to Cloud, Voyance Delivers Big Returns from the Only Vendor-Agnostic SaaS Network Analytics Solution
Voyance Performance Analytics is the first, and only, comprehensive user performance management and network assurance SaaS that analyzes and correlates data across every layer of the network to ensure the best possible user performance. No more hunting around to determine where network problems impacting user performance are hiding.
Measure the user experience for SaaS, UC and custom enterprise applications from client to cloud across multiple dimensions.
Hundreds of SaaS, unified communications and custom enterprise applications are tracked for every user with aggregate capacity and per user capacity measured. Baseline analysis, benchmarking with real-time and historical trending gives IT staff a complete and detailed understanding of the application experience by the percentage of clients using any given application.
Every user transaction, up the entire network application stack is tracked and analyzed from access to application.
Voyance examines a broad range of protocol, flow, network, WLAN and device statistics as well as client device and user information. Detailed information such as client device type and vendor, OS version, DHCP issued IP addresses, DNS, HTTP response times, packet loss, transmission error rates, Wi-Fi channel utilization, signal-to-noise ratios, and application performance are all inspected and tracked for each individual client device.
Automatically normalize incidents and network service behavior in real time and over time.
Voyance automatically establishes baselines across a number of dimensions such as client incidents, application performance, and network services. Service baselining details what percentage of clients were affected over time as well as the deviation from established baselines, automatically alerting network operations to current and potential issues.
All network and user data is analyzed, correlated and summarized into incidents, root causes, symptoms and remediation next steps all in plain English.
From one to tens of thousands of users, Voyance identifies the root cause of incidents in real time for every client connection, providing an understandable description of incidents for all affected users. Symptoms such as TCP latency, Wi-Fi performance, DNS, DHCP, or AAA issues and many more, are automatically displayed… giving administrators the ability to quickly drill down in seconds providing a clear view of next step remediation. This radically reduces troubleshooting times while speeding escalations with greater accuracy.
Gain a deeper understanding of network operation best practices and predictive insights through anonymized industry data and global advisories.
In addition, Nyansa customers are proactively notified and have immediate access to vendor published events and developments that could potentially impact their environments. Global advisories, such as a new client Mac OS X RADIUS performance issue or a new Google Chrome security update are only provided to customers that have devices that fit within the problem scope. This includes the number of clients that could be affected as well as the most affected locations.
Voyance is today’s only IT network analytics service that allows enterprises to compare the performance of different infrastructure services, metrics, and key performance indicators against similar organizations.
Knowing what’s normal in your network environment is now possible with Voyance. Using comparative benchmarking, enterprises have unprecedented access and historical insight into the baseline experience as well as the percentage of clients affected across a range of dimensions: from DHCP and DNS services to channel availability, roaming connectivity and SSID transitions to web congestion and more.
Install in minutes with no client software, sensors or additional intrusive network hardware. Out of line data inspection, extraction and analysis won’t impact network performance.
Determine the real and potential impact of infrastructure changes to understand their effect on user experience.