Network Maps

All network components are contained in the Network Atlas. Some views can represent a group of nodes and can be drawn as maps, some other represent real time values of performance counters and they are drawn as charts or gauges.

Views can be dynamic - created by filtering rule (sql like query), or manually by electing desired nodes.

Program comes with many predefined views like: IP networks, Routing Map, Physical Segments, Servers, Maps with Issues and others, but of course is not limited to them.

Local Network Map

Logical Networks

NetCrunch automatically maintains and arranges network maps as views of logical IP networks.

Physical Segments

NetCrunch discovers and presents physical connections between switches and nodes on the physical topology maps. The program automatically updates physical maps if new nodes or connection changes are discovered.

Physical Segments Map

Routing Map

Routing

Routing map details logical connection structure between routers and networks. The program automatically updates and arranges the routing map.

Custom Maps

NetCrunch allows creating custom network maps placed on any background. Maps can include links to other maps, monitored nodes and other graphical elements.

Custom Map
Monitoring Dependencies

Monitoring Dependencies

The map presents hierarchical structure of monitoring dependencies. The map is automatically updated and laid out by the program.

Dynamic Views

NetCrunch allows creating dynamic views based on various criteria such as system or service state.

Dynamic View Example

Real Time Performance Views

NetCrunch allows creating performance views that show real time performance data. These charts and gauges provide quick access to historical data (performance trends).

Charts can show values from different servers or multi-server data can be placed on a single chart.

Real Time Performance View Example
Real Time Performance View Example