The network architects, network operators, auditors, compliance management teams, change reconciliation teams, network forensics teams, etc., use the TCPWave's DDI reporting management module to troubleshoot various network issues. This framework provides a clear audit history and a sequence of events that have taken place before an outage. For example, a DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) report provides information on whether excessive network traffic has caused the wide-area network links to be saturated. The users have the privilege to generate the reports using the CLIs and REST APIs.
At TCPWave, we consider information security as the number one priority. Our reports provide valuable insight into the issue caused, the impact of the problem, the identity of the person that may have caused the issue, timestamps of the events that caused the issue to happen, the IP address of the user, etc. With the growing number of network threats, security breaches, network exploits, vulnerabilities, etc., an organization must have a DDI ecosystem with robust auditing capabilities to pinpoint any event. Network forensics should go back in time to produce a comprehensive post-mortem analysis of an information security breach. TCPWave meets or exceeds the most stringent auditing requirements of an organization by providing over 100 audit reports as a part of the core TCPWave DDI solution. The event and root cause analysis reports generated by the network incident management team have gained considerable value from the comprehensive reports of the TCPWave DDI solution.
Network capacity planning plays a crucial role in the overall stability of an organization's network. The collection of critical analytics and presenting them into an easy-to-read and understand user interface is what TCPWave's reporting framework does. The network risk management teams can visualize the utilization trends of the DDI resources, such as the DNS queries per second, DHCP leases per second, cumulative traffic analysis, anomaly detection, etc. TCPWave assists your organization in identifying and mitigating potential issues before they transform into widespread network outages. The reports can be searched for a pattern match, sorted on various column types, and exported into formats such as a CSV, PDF, XLS, etc.
TCPWave's Reporting Management provides the most popular network reports, which helps the network administrators collect, analyze, visualize granular core data and perform free-form searches. The network management team can now conduct the investigation of events, identify anomalies, collect compliance audit data. The analytics helps organizations model the patterns of network behavior and create more accurate capacity planning thresholds. It helps to keep the organization's network up and running by monitoring network assets, applications, and devices in real-time.