Kentik Detect™ is the big data platform that's purpose-built to turn network data — NetFlow, sFlow, IPFIX, BGP, and performance metrics — into valuable real-time intelligence for digital operations. Unbounded ad-hoc analytics and anomaly detection help you improve operations, optimize capacity, resolve anomalies, automate DDoS defense, and protect your applications and service performance.
Network Traffic Analysis
Unbounded, ad-hoc big data-based visibility
DDoS Detection & Mitigation
Faster, more accurate detection for superior defense
Planning & Peering Analytics
BGP and geolocation-aware network planning
Network Performance Monitoring
Distributed NPM for cloud and digital operations
By operators, for operators
We’ve been running networks for decades. Kentik Detect is the service we wanted, but couldn’t find. So we built it.
Network data is big data
Built for big data scale, Kentik delivers real-time answers to ad-hoc questions, from crucial details to the big picture.
SaaS solution, powerful portal
Trade legacy headaches for a cost-effective, easy to set up SaaS with unsurpassed visibility and a fast, powerful portal.
Open integration, no silos
Kentik Detect lets all of your teams access unified NetFlow, BGP, GeoIP, and SNMP data via API, SQL, or intuitive web portal.
Kentik recognized as a 2016 Gartner Cool Vendor in Availability and Performance
Kentik is able to provide a unified view into network usage and performance, built on top of a Kentik-innovated, highly scalable big data platform.
IDC Names Kentik an Innovator for Cloud-Based Network Monitoring
Kentik is a cloud-based network visibility and analytics solution that provides a panoramic view of any network.
Kentik is a Forrester Breakout Vendor for Virtual Network Infrastructure
Most monitoring implementations are limited and confined to certain networking segments, such as data center or WAN. Kentik provides a network-wide, simple, and easy-to-use monitoring platform.
— Kentik presented last at recent Networking Field Day and "did a great job," according to NetCraftsmen advisor Peter Welcher. "I started with high expectations, since I was aware that previous KentiK NFD presentations received high reviews. And I was not disappointed," said Welcher.More Press
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SD-WAN offerings are emerging as a transformational opportunity for enterprise IT buyers, but conversely as a threat to Communication Service Providers’ legacy MPLS WAN revenues. As CSPs respond by creating solutions based on Network Function Virtualization (NFV), they need to take advantage of advanced network analytics to build differentiated offerings. Learn more in this white paper by industry analyst Jim Metzler.More Resources