Network Security and Monitoring
Trusting someone with your data is a big deal. A data breach can damage both your financial stability and your reputation. That’s why we support our customers with the highest level of network security. Your data is protected with secure firewalls, two-factor authentication, virus detection and more.
With our security monitoring services, you gain critical insights into potential network security vulnerabilities. Our team of experts is ready and trained to analyze the nature and severity of any threats, while weeding out benign threats that could serve as distractions along the way. By eliminating distractions and strengthening vulnerabilities, you see major cost-savings with your network security monitoring investment.
While no network security system can eliminate breaches altogether, ongoing monitoring helps catch these threats early and mitigate their impact. With our around-the-clock security monitoring, you can have confidence in the integrity of your data.
If an attack does occur, we’ll alert you as soon as it begins, allowing for a quick and concise response. That rapid response time can mean the difference between a minor inconvenience and a catastrophic breach.
After a thorough discovery process, application dependency mapping (ADM) illustrates relationships between your interdependent applications.
ADM identifies the devices that are communicating with one another, the TCP ports used for communication, and the processes that are running on the devices.
Monitors the performance of your network and maps the dependencies between everything that touches it.
With network monitoring, you can visualize network topography, optimize reliability and performance, understand capacity utilization, track trends, and troubleshoot device and traffic issues.
Monitors performance of the servers and maps dependencies between applications, network and storage.
Server monitoring helps to detect issues before they arise by scanning servers on a designated network to reveal any failures or irregularities.
Monitors the performance of storage systems by pinpointing bottlenecks and performance thresholds.
Storage monitoring identifies capacity across multiple SAN and NAS arrays and forecasts growth to accommodate changes in I/O requirements over time.
Monitors the usage of power in your data center facilities. Power monitoring lets IT allocate energy costs, reduce peak demand, understand where power is being used, and provide alerts when peak demand is being reached.
Monitors application performance to achieve maximum availability and optimal user experience.
Application performance monitoring tools are critical in complex and virtualized private, public, and hybrid cloud hosting environments to minimize application downtime.
Allows for automated self-service provisioning of services, virtual servers, and applications based on pre-defined procedures and policies.
Automated provisioning reduces the amount of time it takes to deploy infrastructure to support critical business applications and services.
When problems occur at any level of the IT environment (servers, networks, storage, applications, power), root-cause analysis gives IT administrators a way to drill down to the root of the issue so that it can be resolved correctly.
Records event logs for activity across IT infrastructure and applications.
Log management provides log collection, aggregation, rotation, analysis and search, and reporting capabilities to provide an audit trail that addresses concerns over security compromises, compliance requirements, and network operations.
Secures critical business data both in-flight and at-rest. Security and backup policies include: data loss prevention, intrusion detection, authentication, encryption, and replication.
Our security and backup services ensure that your data is protected from breaches or, in the case of service disruption, that it is available in another location.
In the inevitable case that a system will go down, our alerting tools help IT administrators mitigate any performance and security issues before they become a real problem.
Reporting tools help IT administrators understand where and when issues occur over time and across specific infrastructure and applications.