As businesses move to a digital-first strategy, the need for quick and reliable interconnection is of paramount importance. But peering decisions have been historically fraught with required diligence that can be complex, siloed, and time consuming.
Kentik is the only network observability platform that solves this challenge by combining three core elements necessary for peering decisions – your network’s traffic flows, connectivity costs, and PeeringDB’s database – into one unified solution.
This powerful combination delivers an all-in-one data toolset enabling peering managers, network planners, and operators to speed up decision making, streamline operations, optimize performance for customers and subscribers, and reduce costs with analytics-driven peering and interconnection strategies.
See your network’s inbound and outbound traffic flows visualized. Uncover drivers behind bandwidth utilization. Understand network traffic service origin, contributors, and consumers by content. Identify CDNs, 850+ OTT services, and 650+ OTT providers across more than 40 categories.
Visualize network traffic contextualized with PeeringDB data – the go-to interconnection directory for networks, clouds, services, and enterprises. We ingest PeeringDB’s database daily, ensuring customers always have the latest info at their fingertips.
Understand network connectivity costs and drivers of monthly spending per Mbps by provider, connection, and site in any currency. Automate flat, tiered, and custom calculations.
“The integration of the PeeringDB dataset is a game changer for peering optimization. Now I have all the information I need to evaluate peering decisions in the one service.”– Brad Raymo, Vice President of Network Strategy
Save time: Say goodbye to complex spreadsheet wrangling, manual analysis, and chair swiveling with all the data you need in one place.
Save money: Use data-backed peering decisions to optimize traffic engineering that cuts transit costs.
“I was able to find approximately $3 million in annual savings in just traffic engineering changes.”– Brad Raymo, Vice President of Network Strategy at StackPath