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Advanced Network Performance Visualization

Submitted by on April 16, 2007 – 10:31 pm 109 views No Comment

Information Aesthetics (infostetics) recently posted an intriguing article on a new network monitoring product called Netcosm.

“Netcosm is one of many technology projects underway in the NetQoS Performance Labs and is one example of research on advanced visualization techniques to make complex network performance data simple…. Using color, shape, speed, size, changes in sound tone and level, and even smoke, fire, and explosions, Netcosm shows real network traffic traversing local and wide area networks, and when and where performance issues occur, whether they are in the network, server or application.”



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