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sFlowTrend-Pro™ is a fully featured network traffic monitoring product. sFlowTrend-Pro makes use of the popular sFlow® standard to generate real-time displays of the top users and applications making use of network bandwidth. sFlowTrend-Pro also uses the extensions to the sFlow standard for monitoring physical and virtual server performance, to link network, server, and application performance and provide an end-end view of networked system performance. sFlowTrend-Pro builds on the free sFlowTrend, extending it to allow retention of historical traffic information, and to simultaneously monitor tens of network switches.
- Quickly understand who is using the network and what they are doing.
- Enforce corporate acceptable network use policies.
- Rapidly identify the cause of any problems or abnormal traffic.
- Monitor critical host performance parameters for an entire data center.
- Understand trends in usage and accurately target upgrades.
- Generate management reports on current and historical performance.
sFlowTrend-Pro is available for evaluation from the InMon customer portal evaluation page. You will need to create an account on the portal, then request an evaluation of sFlowTrend-Pro.
sFlowTrend-Pro is written in Java and will run on most platforms.
If you have any problems installing sFlowTrend-Pro, please refer to the troubleshooting page in the sFlowTrend-Pro on-line help.
The current version is 5.1.07. See release notes for details.
On-line help is available by clicking on the sFlowTrend-Pro Help>Help menu item. The online help describes the steps needed to start monitoring traffic with sFlowTrend and the operation of the tool.
Please read and accept our License Agreement before downloading this software.
sFlowTrend-Pro can be purchased directly from InMon.
Please submit any support requests through the InMon customer portal support page.
You can also use the sFlowTrend Google Group to post questions, look for help, and give assistance or suggestions to other users.
sFlowTrend-Pro uses several third-party libraries .