Plixer International, Inc., an internationally recognized company for monitoring of net traffic and providing analysis tools, has released Scrutinizer NetFlow and Flow Analyzer version 8.5, which would enables user to manage network security systems with more flexibility.
Scrutinizer is software for network monitoring and control which works in a lot of detail with network utilization information for users and apps that account for highest traffic. Incorporating the NetFlow Technology by Cisco, a technology which is an IOS software feature now used widely in switches and routers), Scrutinizer can make use of traffic flow data so that it can be presented graphically for a concise, intuitive view.
The Scrutinizer 8.5 version has been enhanced to include reports on Cisco’s new Network Performance Monitoring for Medianets. Also a new Flow Analytics algorithm has been included for Cisco Performance Monitor reports which show VoIP features like jitter, packet loss and latency. The limitations of IP SLA have been circumvented in this new technology to provide companies a deeper look into the call quality of each VoIP connection and video stream.
Scrutinizer extensively supports Flexible NetFlow (The latest NetFlow version) so that it comprehensively implements Cisco Performance Monitor Reports.
The latest version of Scrutinizer also makes available Mailinizer Email Analyzer as a core feature. Mailinizer can be customized in detail to offer in-depth views of email server communications for Microsoft Exchange administrators.
Other features of Scrutinizer include styling and graphing with updating of the Google map engine.
International customers have shown recognition for the advantages of Scrutinizer for analyzing network traffic. Presently organizations like AT&T, Jaguar land River, the State of Oregon and the United Stated Department of Defense have started utilizing the benefits of Scrutinizer’s advanced NetFlow reporting capabilities.
Product Manager at Plixer, Michael Patterson said,
We take customer feedback very seriously because our customers are knowledgeable IT experts…..If a feature is requested and makes sense, we will incorporate it.