Cloud networks introduce a multitude of costs that can become challenging to predict. Learn how to implement a cost-aware infrastructure through maximum visibility in cloud networking.
The advent of various network abstractions has meant many day-to-day networking tasks normally done by network engineers are now done by other teams. What’s left for many networking experts is the remaining high-level design and troubleshooting. In this post, Phil Gervasi unpacks why this change is happening and what it means for network engineers.
By providing a central, single source of truth, a unified data platform reduces the risk of miscommunication for large, complex networks. In this article, we dive into how data observability can play a critical part in network observability.
Traffic telemetry is the foundation of network observability. Learn from Phil Gervasi on how to gather, analyze, and understand the data that is key to your organization’s success.
In the second of our data gravity series, Ted Turner examines how enterprises can address cost, performance, and reliability and help the data in their networks achieve escape velocity.
In the early hours of Wednesday, January 25, Azure, Microsoft’s public cloud, suffered a major outage that disrupted their cloud-based services and popular applications such as Sharepoint, Teams, and Office 365. In this post, we’ll highlight some of what we saw using Kentik’s unique capabilities, including some surprising aftereffects of the outage that continue to this day.
Collecting and enriching network telemetry data with DevOps observability data is key to ensuring organizational success. Read on to learn how to identify the right KPIs, collect vital data, and achieve critical goals.
Does flow sampling reduce the accuracy of our visibility data? In this post, learn why flow sampling provides extremely accurate and reliable results while also reducing the overhead required for network visibility and increase our ability to scale our monitoring footprint.
This week marks a decade since the ALBA-1 submarine cable began carrying traffic between Cuba and the global internet. And last month’s recommendation by the US Department of Justice to deny the request by the ARCOS cable system to connect Cuba shows that, almost a decade later, geopolitics continues to shape the physical internet — especially when it comes to Cuba.
With data sets reaching record scale, it is more important than ever for network operators to understand how data gravity is impacting their bottom line and other critical factors. Learn how network observability is essential for managing data gravity.