LiveAction LiveNA (LiveUX) License

LiveAction LiveNA (LiveUX) License

LiveAction LiveUX License
LiveAction LiveUX License

User Experience dashboard summary – application performance User Experience is a software module available with the LiveUX Performance and Analytics platform. User Experience proactively monitors end user-experience of cloud based, or on-premise web applications by performing periodic active tests to collect data about your network and application performance. You can gain insight into the availability and performance for any web-based application anywhere to address issues before they impact users. Correlating end-user experience and network information through integration with LiveAction LiveUX License Application-aware Network Performance Monitoring accelerates problem resolution and significantly simplifies your application performance monitoring challenges.

LiveUX User Experience Overview

The key components are:

  • Agents – takes measurements while behaving as a virtual user.
  • Controller in the cloud – the control and collection point for all the data acquired by the agents during measurements and tests.
  • User Experience in the cloud or on-premise

Agents are deployed in your Enterprise network or the public Internet. There are two different types of Agents:

Global vs. Private–Global agents live outside of your enterprise network whereas private agents live inside your network allowing you to quickly filter problems pertaining to your network or outside of your network.

Private Agents

The soft are-based private agent is lightweight and easy to deploy on-premises in your Enterprise locations It is distributed as an Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) package and is an archive containing file conforming to the Open Virtualization Format specification The agent OVA contains everything needed to install the pla orm. In addition it hardens the Agent by installing firewall policies to restrict unauthorized external access.

Global Agents

Global agents are deployed in the public cloud to perform availability and performance tests outside of your enterprise. Global agents are managed by LiveAction and located in major points of presence around the world. These agents are shared among LiveAction customers.

Collection

As part of the measurement of the service, the agent collects various latency, load, connect, wait time for the web page,

including its enclosed resources. These measurement results are sent to the controller. The process is repeated at the next interval. Agents are designed to perform continuous measurements. A supervisory function is embedded in every agent. The agent’s principle responsibility is to monitor the application performance local to its environment


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Summary Dashboard of Web Services Performance

Get a view of your website’s performance and availability and know if there are any problems with your applications.

Network Data Integration

User Experience integrates withLiveAction LiveUX License. For the “managed” part of your network, you can drill down to retrieve NetFlow, QoS and interface related metrics.

Baselining

LiveAction collects metrics over time and learns the normal behavior of the website performance including network latency, DNS latency and response times.

Alerting:

Alerts are based on rules such as availability, network latency, DNS latency and response time’s threshold crossing alerts of tests.

Path Analysis:

Private and Global agents perform traceroute tests to analyze the performance and latency of each hop. You can discover the domain names of the hops in the communication path along with the detailed response time analysis of each hop.

Time Series Report:

A historical view and a near real-time detailed breakdown of each test. You can select any time range or location to compare and go as far back as you want.

Distribution Report:

Histograms show the distribution of the data giving you a sense of whether performance is an issue. You can compare your test results among multiple agents and services. You can select any time range and go as far back as you want.

Waterfall Chart:

With a browser embedded into the agent, User Experience can provide performance data of each resource of your website for insight into the user experience of your website.

LiveUX Flow

LiveAction LiveUX License Flow provides advanced end-to-end system level flow visualization for multi-vendor networks. The following devices have gone through flow-analysis testing with LiveUX.

  • Adtran NetVanta Series Routers
  • Alcatel-Lucent Routers
  • Brocade Series Routers
  • Cisco Series Routers (ISR Series, CRS-1, ASR 1000 & ASR 9000 Series Routers)
  • Cisco Catalyst Switches
  • Cisco Nexus Switches (Nexus 3000, 7000 & 9000 Series)
  • Cisco ASA 5500 Series Firewalls
  • Cisco AnyConnect Network Visibility Module on Windows and Mac OS X Platforms
  • Cisco Meraki MX Security Applicant
  • Cisco NetFlow Generation Appliance
  • Extreme Network Switches
  • F5 BIG-IP Applicatio Delivery Controller Platorms
  • Gigamon GigaSMART Hewlet-Packard
  • Enterprise Procurved Series Switches
  • Ixia’s Network Visibility Solution
  • Juniper MX Series Routers
  • nTop nProbe
  • Palo Alto Networks Firewalls
  • Riverbed SteelHead WAN Optimization Controllers
  • Silver Peak WAN Optimization Controllers
  • Viptela vEdge Routers
  • ZFlow

LiveUX QoS Configure LiveUX QoS Configure provides for configuring and troubleshooting Quality of Service for Cisco routers and switches.

  • Cisco Series Routers: 800, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2600, 2600XM, 2800, 2900, 3600, 3700, 3800, 3900, 4300, 4400, 7200, 7600, ASR1000, CSR 1000V

Recommend IOS versions 12.3 or higher or 15.0 or higher for use with the soft are (IOS XE 2.6.0 or higher for ASR 1000 series). Earlier IOS versions may also work but are not official supported. General-release IOS versions are recommended, although early- and limited-release versions will also work with LiveUX.

  • Cisco Catalyst Series Switches: 3850 & 4500-X Limited LiveUX QoS Monitor support on Layer 3-routable interfaces and VLANs depending upon Cisco hardware capabilities
  • Cisco Nexus Series Switches: 7000 Series are partiall supported

LiveUX QoS Monitor

LiveUX QoS Monitor provides quality of service monitoring and troubleshooting for Cisco router and switches.

  • Cisco Series Routers: 800, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2600, 2600XM, 2800, 2900, 3600, 3700, 3800, 3900, 4300, 4400, 7200, 7600, ASR1000, CSR 1000V
  • Cisco ASR 9000

Recommend IOS versions 12.3 or higher or 15.0 or higher for use with the soft are (IOS XE 2.6.0 or higher for ASR 1000 series). Earlier IOS versions may also work but are not official supported. General release IOS versions are recommended, although early-and limited-release versions will also work with LiveUX.

  • Cisco Catalyst Series Switches: 3650, 3850 & 4500-X

Limited LiveUX QoS Monitor support on Layer 3-routable interfaces and VLANs depending upon Cisco hardware capabilities

  • Cisco Nexus Series Switches: 7000

LiveUX IP SLA

Cisco Series Routers: 800, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2600, 2600XM, 2800,2900, 3600, 3700, 3800, 3900, 4300, 4400, 7200, 7600, ASR1000, CSR 1000V are supported.

LiveUX LAN

Cisco Catalyst Series Switches: 2960, 2960-X, 3560, 3650, 3750, 3850,4500, and 6500 are supported.

LiveUX Routing

Cisco Series Routers: 800, 1700, 1800, 1900, 2600, 2600XM, 2800,2900, 3600, 3700, 3800, 3900, 4300, 4400, 7200, 7600, ASR1000,CSR 1000V are supported.

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