DX Spectrum (formerly CA Spectrum) offers the robust, comprehensive and sophisticated event and network fault management capabilities that network operations teams require.
Discover network devices and model the topology to quickly isolate issues in the service chain.
This event and network fault management solution discovers the multi-vendor, multi-technology stacks—including new software-defined networks (SDN)—and leverages its model for event correlation and to determine root cause.
Event correlation allows faster MTTR and provides impact of underlay on overlay.
Suppress symptomatic alarms and speed resolution with superior event correlation and root-cause analysis.
Map the relationship of your network infrastructure automatically to pinpoint the root cause of service problems for faster resolution. This network fault management solution identifies the specific component responsible for an issue, whether it’s a network configuration or availability issue.
Monitor and manage your wide area network service delivery to ensure optimal user experience.
Support for a wide range of routing protocols and technologies—from multi-cast to MPLS, VPLS, BGP, VPN and VRF—ensures optimal customer and employee experiences.
Support corporate network access from wireless wearables, mobile phones, tablets and laptops.
Give network operators the tools to manage their wireless network, reduce outages and make your wireless network as stable as your wired network.
DX Spectrum is a single source of truth for wired and wireless networks.
Integrate fault and event management across the Agile Ops and Network Operations and Analytics portfolios.
Deliver optimal user experience with fault, inventory and topology insight integrated with performance, application and log monitoring and a unified view across a full-stack NetOps solution; additional integrations include business service and service desk management.
DX Spectrum serves multiple professionals—from operations and engineering to managed services business development.
IT Operations Management
Network Engineering and Architecture
IT Operations Management
Remove stand-alone support silos and to streamline processes across different groups.
Previously, problems might get passed around and it was easy to blame issues on another party due to lack of visibility. Now, it is easy to see exactly where the problem lies and work with relevant teams to resolve an issue.
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