Telaverge’s Network Observability Service enables enterprises to collect, mine, enrich and store telemetry data. Network Observability plays a significant role in the following few areas:
● Revenue Leakages
● Over or Undercharging
● Network or Protocol Issues
● Customer Churn
● Identifying or revealing unknowns at Network Level
● Call or Data connection Failures
Top areas that any operator can target
● Churn Prediction
● Fraud Prevention
● Network Security
● Anomaly Detection
Why Telaverge and PrObserv for
Telaverge’s Network Observability Service supports high-performance and complex heterogeneous networks. As part of the service, Telaverge uses its next-gen AI-enabled Observability platform with complete support of Legacy and 5G protocols. Our Network Observability services support the following features:
Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE).
On-prem, private or public cloud-based and customizable solutions through a rich set of APIs.
Ready-to-use plugins to ingest network data (KAFKA, PCAP, Syslog, IoT Telemetry, etc.).
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ML-based pattern and anomaly identification.
Data Processing Engine (DPE) uses industry-standard libraries that can analyze massive amounts of data in near real-time.
Capable of working with in-house solutions or any vendor solution or third-party tools.
Industry-standard event alerting or notification.
As part of the service, Telaverge provides an in-house Network Observability product called PrObserv.
PrObserv is a cloud-native network monitoring and observability platform. It provides network analysis across legacy and next-generation technologies.From a single visibility platform, it enables capturing, analyzing, troubleshooting and reporting across a wide range of protocols. PrObserv provides dashboards to visualize, debug and arrive at actionable insights intuitively. This helps ensure a super stable network with excellent customer satisfaction.
Importance of Network Monitoring and hybrid networking
Telaverge’s PrObserv addresses most customer challenges in managing their networks without investing in multiple products, vendors, or even dedicated teams to do the same.