Route Explorer™ is the foundation of the Explorer Suite, providing real-time and historical analysis of IGP and BGP routing events, and modeling capabilities for simulating network changes and new workloads.
Route Explorer™ delivers end-to-end network visibility across outsourced Layer 3 MPLS VPNs, helping enterprises ensure the availability, performance, and security of their WANs while keeping service
The Route Explorer™ Multicast module delivers end-to-end visibility into the advanced network services used for market trading data distribution, broadcast video, multimedia distribution, online education, desktop imaging, and other purposes where data must be delivered reliably
and simultaneously to multiple receivers.
The Traffic Explorer™ module of the Explorer Suite adds real-time and historical analysis of traffic behavior. Network-wide visibility into traffic paths gives network operators the ability to operate, troubleshoot, plan, and optimize their networks with unprecedented accuracy and speed.
The Performance Explorer module of the Explorer Suite gives operations
and engineering teams end-to-end and hop-by-hop visibility into latency and performance metrics in the industry’s first unified, path-aware network service assurance solution.
The SDN Management and Orchestration Platform is the first
independent, open, and vendor-agnostic set of integrated technologies to provide visibility and control of physical and virtual network resources in IP/MPLS wide area networks. It gives customers and other third parties easy access to the functions needed to develop SDN applications and enable intelligent provisioning of network services via SDN controllers.
The SDN Traffic Engineering application is an example of the intelligent management and orchestration (MANO) capabilities that can be achieved with the SDN MANO Platform. It leverages the Platform’s rich network telemetry and analytics to automate the difficult and time-consuming task of balancing network loads by creating tunnels to shift loads from heavily-congested links to lightly-used links. This results in better use of network resources and smoother service delivery.