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Get to know the ThousandEyes Cloud, Enterprise, and Endpoint Agents. Watch this tutorial to learn more about the powerful visibility they provide and walk through step-by-step instructions on setting them up.

  • Cloud Agents: Managed by a dedicated ThousandEyes team, Cloud Agents allow you to test performance from various geographic locations and different transit and ISP networks to applications and services.
  • Enterprise Agents: Owned and managed by you, Enterprise Agents are placed within your infrastructure. They are suitable for internal or SaaS application monitoring and providing visibility between sites. Various deployment options exist, including virtual appliances and Linux packages. They can also be installed on supported Cisco networking devices; on Docker containers; or as virtual machines deployed as IaaS, such as on AWS and Azure.
  • Endpoint Agents: Installed on user devices, Endpoint Agents provide insight into device hardware utilization, local network performance, and the user experience of internet applications. They can also monitor collaboration applications to detect any issues that might impact a user’s experience during a meeting. The agents can be installed on Mac or Windows devices as well as on supported hardware such as Cisco RoomOS Devices.
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Get to know the ThousandEyes Cloud, Enterprise, and Endpoint Agents. Watch this tutorial to learn more about the powerful visibility they provide and walk through step-by-step instructions on setting them up.

  • Cloud Agents: Managed by a dedicated ThousandEyes team, Cloud Agents allow you to test performance from various geographic locations and different transit and ISP networks to applications and services.
  • Enterprise Agents: Owned and managed by you, Enterprise Agents are placed within your infrastructure. They are suitable for internal or SaaS application monitoring and providing visibility between sites. Various deployment options exist, including virtual appliances and Linux packages. They can also be installed on supported Cisco networking devices; on Docker containers; or as virtual machines deployed as IaaS, such as on AWS and Azure.
  • Endpoint Agents: Installed on user devices, Endpoint Agents provide insight into device hardware utilization, local network performance, and the user experience of internet applications. They can also monitor collaboration applications to detect any issues that might impact a user’s experience during a meeting. The agents can be installed on Mac or Windows devices as well as on supported hardware such as Cisco RoomOS Devices.

Get to know the ThousandEyes Cloud, Enterprise, and Endpoint Agents. Watch this tutorial to learn more about the powerful visibility they provide and walk through step-by-step instructions on setting them up.

  • Cloud Agents: Managed by a dedicated ThousandEyes team, Cloud Agents allow you to test performance from various geographic locations and different transit and ISP networks to applications and services.
  • Enterprise Agents: Owned and managed by you, Enterprise Agents are placed within your infrastructure. They are suitable for internal or SaaS application monitoring and providing visibility between sites. Various deployment options exist, including virtual appliances and Linux packages. They can also be installed on supported Cisco networking devices; on Docker containers; or as virtual machines deployed as IaaS, such as on AWS and Azure.
  • Endpoint Agents: Installed on user devices, Endpoint Agents provide insight into device hardware utilization, local network performance, and the user experience of internet applications. They can also monitor collaboration applications to detect any issues that might impact a user’s experience during a meeting. The agents can be installed on Mac or Windows devices as well as on supported hardware such as Cisco RoomOS Devices.
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