Enterprise Agents in the Modern Enterprise Network
Enterprise Agents are software probes deployed within the enterprise network where users or application traffic originates—in data centers, branch offices, virtual private clouds (VPCs) and virtual networks (VNets)—and measure application performance through a combination of active and passive monitoring techniques.
Campus and LAN
Gain end-to-end visibility across devices, LAN, service providers and service components, such as DNS, DHCP and cloud/SaaS networks.
Monitor availability and performance of business-critical SaaS applications, such as Microsoft 365, Salesforce, Webex® and more.
Hybrid and Multi-Cloud
Monitor performance of on-ramp cloud connectivity between your data center and VPC, as well as inter-region and inter-availability zone (AZ) cloud network.
WAN and SD-WAN Readiness
Perform a pre-migration readiness audit, ISP evaluation and application performance benchmarking, and gain visibility into the overlay and underlay network paths and performance.
Visualize the Modern WAN
Understand your network performance and the critical dependencies that might impact business continuity.
Correlated Intelligence Into Service Delivery and Performance
Correlate visibility across multiple layers from the application, network, device and Internet routing for greater context around application performance.
Network Path and Performance
ThousandEyes Path Visualization maps end-to-end network paths from Enterprise Agents to service endpoints across any network, including SD-WAN overlay/underlay tunnels, and visually presents BGP routes.
Monitor the usability and performance of SaaS and internally hosted apps by measuring page load times of individual web components or by using scripted multistep transactions that replicate user interactions and validate API logic.
Poll switches, routers and firewalls using SNMP to collect device health data, such as memory, CPU and performance impacting interface metrics.
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See Every Network Dependency for All Your Business-Critical Apps
With Enterprise Agents deployed in your corporate network, you'll get complete visibility from Layer 7 to Layer 2. Quickly locate issues from application performance, network paths and BGP routing all the way to the health of your network devices.
WAN and Internal Apps
Monitor TCP, FTP and HTTP-based traffic between any points in your corporate network and WAN, as well as network device health.
SaaS and Cloud Apps
Monitor any SaaS, cloud or remotely-hosted app from Enterprise Agents in your branches and data centers.
Try Cloud Agents for an external, Internet perspective.
Try Endpoint Agents for data from end user devices.
Deploy in Minutes to Your Favorite Platforms
Enterprise Agents are lightweight and can be installed on a variety of platforms and devices, ranging from servers to routers to micro-appliances to laptops. ThousandEyes Enterprise Agent runs natively on supported Cisco SD-WAN routing platforms and Cisco Catalyst 9300 and 9400 Series Switches — so you can gain immediate insight into the digital experience of users connecting to any application over any network.
Container for Docker
VM for ESXi, Oracle VirtualBox, and Hyper-V
Linux package for RHEL, CentOS, and Ubuntu
Installer for Intel® NUC
Cisco Catalyst® 9300 and 9400 Series Switches*, Cisco Catalyst® 8300 and 8200 Series Edge Platforms, Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Service Routers (ISRs), and Cisco Nexus 9500 and 9300 Series Switches**
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
*Requires Cisco DNA Advantage software subscription
**Cisco Catalyst 9300/9400 Series Switches, running IOS XE version 17.3.3 or newer; Cisco Catalyst 8300/8200 Series Edge Platforms and Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Service Routers (ISRs), running IOS XE version 17.6.1 or newer; Cisco Nexus 9500/9300 Series Switches, running latest NX-OS 9.3 release or newer
Cloud Agents provide globally distributed vantage points throughout the Internet and are maintained by ThousandEyes. They are located in +200 cities and are connected to Tier 1, 2 and 3 ISPs, broadband service providers and regional data centers of major cloud providers.
Enterprise Agents provide visibility from within your data centers, cloud VPCs/VNETs and branches. In addition to active monitoring, Enterprise Agents also offer SNMP-based monitoring, as well as discovery and topological mapping of internal network devices.
Endpoint Agents offer end user experience monitoring and deploy on Mac and Windows devices. Periodic user monitoring is performed via HTTP and network monitoring tests that include insight into routing paths. Real-time monitoring can be enabled via an optional browser-based plugin.
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