July 22-25 in Orlando, FL
PathSolutions is proud to be a Silver Sponsor of FLGISA 2019. Stop by our booth and speak to one or our Network, VoIP and Cloud experts that will be able to answer your questions right on the spot. We have some new TotalView® product announcements on Network and NetFlow security, IoT device security, and IPAM monitoring that we’d love to share with you.
Sit in on our session for a chance to win a highly-coveted stuffy turtle:
Join Our Session:
Tim Titus, PathSolutions
Parsram Rajaram, City of Winter Park
When: Wednesday July 24th from 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
In this technical session you will learn who your devices are communicating with and where your data is going
TotalView for Network Troubleshooting bridges the gap between monitoring and resolution, telling you exactly when, where and why your problem occurred in a matter of minutes. Interested in learning more? Download our white paper on how to identify and resolve the root-cause of network problems.
TotalView for VoIP Troubleshooting identifies the root-causes of call quality problems, telling you exactly when, where, and why packet loss occurs in plain-English. Problems get solved the first time they occur. TotalView’s Call Simulator tool allows for unlimited packet loss tests. Interested in learning more? Download our white paper on how to identify and resolve the root-cause of VoIP call quality problems.
Knowing that your Cloud services are working well is important for next‐generation monitoring. If you don’t know what’s causing problems, you’re working in the dark. TotalView can alert on the overall performance to Cloud services as well as disclose the route tree used to reach the services so root-causes of performance problems can be easily identified. Knowing where the problem is happening leads to faster resolution.
City of Winter Park
The City of Winter Park’s technology infrastructure includes a modern data network, voice-over IP telecommunication network, wireless voice and data network, and control data network for Electric and water operations. There are more than 500 users on the city network, with over 1,000 pieces of equipment valued at more than 3 million dollars, including one IBM I series server, 40 Cisco Catalyst switches, 25 Cisco routers, one Cisco ASA security device, and over 50 Microsoft Windows Servers.
It’s up to Parsram Rajaram, Winter Park’s IT Manager, and his team to keep the network running. “Not just running,” said Rajaram, “but operating at optimal performance. It’s a constant balancing act between cost and performance which is why we selected TotalView for VoIP Networks to monitor and manage our network.”
Want to learn more?