The visualizations within Corvil’s App for Splunk makes network analytics and network performance data more accessible and consumable to Splunk users triaging problematic user transactions or other application performance issues.
Corvil’s App for Splunk dashboards report application transactions trends, including transactions with errors and transactions with slow response times. Drill down to individual transactions is supported, where a transaction sequence diagram gives precision insight into timing of interactions between network devices and various servers delivering the transaction.
These dashboards and workflows are driven by the Corvil platform which provides deep decoding of network message fields and packet payloads flowing through the network in real time. The decoded payload data enables transaction data to be categorized, providing context of specific applications, application users, transaction types, and network sites. This context makes it easy for any stakeholder in the organization to see the cause of impaired transaction delivery. They can see it within their familiar IT Operations ecosystem.
For the first time, they can easily see network data presented as it relates to the applications, users, and transactions context they care about.