If you haven’t heard of network observability yet, you will soon. Some say it is just marketing hype — that networks have always been observable. But network observability is the most important new concept to hit the network performance monitoring space in years.
Take a journey of super-nerd proportions into the world of networking, cloud and the internet. Avi Freedman, self-described internet plumber and podcast namesake, hosts top network experts from around the world for in-depth, honest, and freewheeling banter on all-things-network.
Kentik Synthetics allows network teams to monitor everything that matters — frequently and autonomously, across hybrid and multi-cloud networks. Anil Murty shares why we built Kentik Synthetics and gives a demo to show what sets us apart from other vendors offering synthetic monitoring.
Learn what network performance monitoring (NPM) has become and why legacy solutions met their demise. Get in-depth details about three must-have monitoring techniques.
JPNAP is the largest internet exchange in Asia. When their network managers realized that their in-house network monitoring tools were limited in visibility and increasing in OPEX, they adopted the Kentik platform and My Kentik Portal for network observability.
Kentik network technologist Michael Patterson explains how — and why — tools like traceroute, when used as part of synthetic monitoring, provide deep insight into network problems such as SaaS or cloud application slowdowns.
Cloud monitoring tools aren’t built for network engineers. Dan Rohan explains why and demonstrates how Kentik Cloud solves for this. Kentik Cloud fuses network traffic telemetry with business, security and internet metadata to provide increased visibility, improved performance and better cost…
Avi Freedman talks about Kentik’s newest product developments and gives a short demo of the Kentik Network Observability Cloud platform. He also shares what is (and isn’t) on Kentik’s roadmap ahead.
Your applications are growing in the cloud, but is your network monitoring keeping pace? This whitepaper for network and infrastructure engineers explains key challenges and solutions around cloud networking.
FPT Telecom has over 3 million business and residential customers in Vietnam. To deliver the best customer experience possible, FPT uses the Kentik Network Observability Cloud to avoid network congestion, facilitate capacity planning, improve operational efficiency and keep customers happy.
Kentik is named a 2021 Value Leader by analyst firm EMA. In this report, read why customers say Kentik offers “one of the quickest UIs,” has “near-infinite flexibility,” and is one of “the best troubleshooting tools” in NPM.
Kentik’s network observability data is now added to New Relic’s application experience telemetry right inside the New Relic One. With shared dashboards and data sets, teams can see their critical network data alongside application and infrastructure data.
Analyst firm 451 Research writes that Kentik Cloud helps enterprises “rein in monitoring and managing applications distributed across multiple cloud services.”
Migrating to a cloud platform offers ease of use, but from a network perspective, it can be a complicated web of cloud intra- and inter-region networking. Join Kentik experts for a discussion on how to ensure a successful AWS migration.
Kentik True Origin enables ISPs, MSOs, mobile, telcos, and other providers to gain fast, actionable insights into cost, competition, and subscriber behavior.
In this brief Tech Talk video, Kentik Cloud expert Dan Rohan talks AWS Transit Gateways: How do you visualize cloud routing in AWS and why does it have to be so hard? Learn how to show traffic through an AWS Transit Gateway and trace the path that traffic is going to take, using Kentik Cloud.
EdgeUno provides internet services in the emerging economies of Latin America. To ensure that its customers receive the highest quality services while optimizing connectivity, costs and operational efficiencies across its network, EdgeUno uses Kentik.
Avi Freedman, co-founder and CEO of Kentik, joins Neil C. Hughes in The Tech Talks Daily Podcast. Avi discusses lessons learned throughout his career, including how his poker skills have helped him in the tech industry.
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