NETSCOUT InfiniStreamNG Valuable Features

Evan Scott
IT Network Engineer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
One of the most valuable features is the ease of use. And I love the single pane of glass view. It makes it easier to not have to navigate everywhere. It allows more simplistic visibility, without having to go from tool to tool to tool, or from window to window to window. The Dependency Mapping the solution provides is also great. View full review »
SeniorNe29a0
Senior Network Engineer at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
* Ease of use * Customization * Support View full review »
Joerg Wallace
Engineer at All Native Group
* Visibility * Analysis * Solving future problems that we see, as things come up using nGeniusONE. * Ease of use * The performance metrics that it provides. They gives us a proactive analysis of the different applications which are being used on the network. This gives us a better view into where the problems lie. View full review »
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Shon Sweeney
Engineer at Transaction Network Services
It is the ability to see the traffic end-to-end in almost real-time. I like the single pane of glass view. The dependency mapping is very good. Users seem to be able to grasp the concept of it and learn it very quickly. View full review »
Norvell Barber
Technology Manager at Wells Fargo
The most valuable feature is having visibility. The single pane of glass view gives us simplicity. The dependency mapping is good. View full review »
Wess Benson
Network Analyst at State of Montana
I like the single pane of glass view. It is nice to be able to go to one location to get everything. It's simple to use, easy to manage, and gives great information. Other good features: * Being able to do the deep dive packets. * It shows application times. * Network bandwidth utilization. View full review »
NetworkM2506
Network Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The real-time troubleshooting and application segregation that you can do within it. View full review »
David Soper
Network Engineer at Applied Systems
The tool has the ability to look back within a month's data. It is very easy to navigate within the tool and troubleshoot the problem, compared to other solutions that we've used in the past. This solution helps us get to root cause very quickly. View full review »
Jeremy Cluff
Network Engineer with 1,001-5,000 employees
To know that packets are reaching our platform. If they are not reaching our platform, then we push it back to the customer. My job is bringing people to our platform. So, if they can't connect to it, then I haven't done my job. The single pane of glass view seems healthy, and I can work with it. It does help us with uptime and end use experience. View full review »
Keith Carradine
Manager at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is utilization. The single pane of glass view is click intuitive. View full review »
NetworkEf155
Network Engineer at a tech consulting company with 10,001+ employees
It provides you with your Internet traffic volume, like Facebook, and where your biggest source of volume is coming from. View full review »
ITSpecia5aa9
IT Specialist at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable features are speed and cost. It give us visibility in the network where we wouldn't have it. We can use TAP to see the data and areas that we need to. I love the single pane of glass view. I love the ability to look at all of our devices in one area, not having to jump around. View full review »
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