At Kanari, ThousandEyes is used to provide insight into how the application performs in a new reality, where to access a service, you reply on connecting across many different networks you do not control. It is available as a fully managed service.
With applications moving into the cloud and getting more complicated, traditional network monitoring can’t give a complete view into what is going on.
Also, with an ever more mobile workforce, the growing complexity of the infrastructure dependencies is out of the local IT-departments visibility.
ThousandEyes provides hop-by-hop internet and WAN insights into every network that is part of the user journey.
By using browser synthetics and continuous monitoring emulating real user interactions, ThousandEyes provides insight into application and network performance.
In addition, end-user monitoring is available via agents deployed on user devices providing comprehensive insights into the users’ local network and load on devices.
ThousandEyes Internet Insights displays a live map showing the availability of certain application and service providers based on geography.
To increase the rapidly time to value, ThousandEyes has automated deployment for several key applications (O365, WebEx, Cisco SD-WAN) with predefined tests, dashboards, alerts, and reporting. ThousandEyes was founded in 2012, years and years of best practices were built into the deployment tool.