Auvik

Waterloo, ON, Canada
2011
  |  By John Harden
SaaS management platforms are helping IT solve a new version of an old problem: user behavior and software application visibility. With endpoint solutions like remote monitoring and management (RMM) agents, MSPs and IT teams have had deep visibility into desktop applications for years. But, once a user opens a browser and logs into a SaaS app, it’s a different story. Apps and user accounts are often manually tracked via spreadsheets, and shadow IT is common.
  |  By Justin Ong
Before you know it, Sysadmin Day will be here again! As we all know, sysadmins (sometimes written SysAdmins) play a critical behind-the-scenes role in keeping technology up and running smoothly. However, they often go unappreciated until something goes wrong. That’s why System Administrator Appreciation Day serves as the perfect opportunity to recognize the sysadmins that work tirelessly day in and day out to support your organization.
  |  By Kevin Dooley
If you’re new to IT, the “what is syslog?” question can get confusing fast because when someone says syslog, they might mean: And, frankly, it’s fair to use the word syslog for all of those. By the end of this article, you’ll understand why. This article will explain the syslog protocol in detail, including its definition, formats, best practices, and challenges.
  |  By Steve Petryschuk
As networking environments grow increasingly complex, keeping pace presents an ongoing challenge for network managers. With more devices, users, and applications to account for, it’s now more critical than ever to have comprehensive visibility and understanding. The 2023 Network IT Management Report shows some progress in this area. Of IT professionals surveyed, 45% don’t have full knowledge of their network configurations, down from a whopping 57% in 2022.
  |  By Rebecca Grassing
On some of the best and worst days of our lives, we rely on the people, processes, and technology of the healthcare system to take care of us at our most vulnerable. This is why healthcare IT is unlike IT in any other industry. From data privacy regulations to digital transformation, healthcare IT pros must continuously navigate new challenges and technologies to deliver better patient care. In our 2024 IT Trends Report, we identified the healthcare IT trends shaping these shifts.
  |  By Ryan LaFlamme
RMM—meaning Remote Monitoring and Management—has been a challenge for networks and IT departments since the very first ethernet cable sent a bunch of 1s and 0s in 1973. The challenge, of course, is that no administrator, either network or IT, can be everything everywhere all at once. Although if you’ve ever accidentally rebooted a device you weren’t supposed to, it certainly seems like they are.
  |  By Kevin Dooley
Troubleshooting is more art than science. When diagnosing a problem, the most important tool is an intimate understanding of your network: what connects to what, and where everything is both logically and physically. You almost need to visualize the packets going from one device to the next. That includes verifying physical connectivity. That’s where network diagrams, topology mapping, and cabling spreadsheets become extremely important.
  |  By Steve Petryschuk
“My computer’s not working!” “I can’t connect to the internet!” “My emails aren’t sending!” You’re probably used to hearing common requests and complaints like these from end users. It’s our job to take these issues, troubleshoot them, bring them to root cause, and get the user back up and running as quickly as possible.
  |  By Ethan Banks
Having access to all kinds of digital resources, no matter where you are or what sort of network connection you have, is a necessity in today’s connected world. Businesses need to share data with other businesses, and travelers need to stay in touch at all times. VPN protocols make secure, stable digital connections possible. While applications hosted in the public cloud go a long way towards making location a non-issue, many resources are hosted privately for security and privacy.
  |  By Ryan LaFlamme
Understanding emerging networking trends is increasingly important for IT professionals and companies of all sizes to stay competitive. The global network infrastructure market is expected to reach $197.8 billion by the end of 2024 and increase to $256 billion by 2028 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.67%. This is a projected $58.2 billion increase in just four years. Staying current with developments in the industry, as well as anticipating where these trends may lead, is vital.
  |  By Auvik
This March, Auvik wants to help you experience truly fast, easy-to-use, proactive network monitoring. Up your game by trying our network monitoring software free for 14 days. If you activate a qualifying trial by April 8, 2022, we’ll send you a copy of NBA2K22 for the console of your choice. You’ve got nothing to lose!
  |  By Auvik
This March, Auvik wants to help you experience truly fast, easy-to-use, proactive network monitoring. Up your game by trying our network monitoring software free for 14 days. If you activate a trial by March 31, 2022, we’ll send you a copy of NBA2K22 for the console of your choice. You’ve got nothing to lose!
  |  By Auvik
Choose the purple pill! Dive into a world of true network visibility and control with Auvik’s network monitoring and management software.
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Patrick Albert, VP Product Management, and Julie Forsythe, VP Engineering discussed the latest Auvik developments and handy new features in our Q4 2021 Rollup & Roadmap Update. See what's new, from Discovery Dashboard, syslog, and device information improvements to certification updates for SAML SSO admins to out-of-the-box identification support for 40 more devices, and get a sneak peek into what we're working on to improve your troubleshooting experience and product extensibility.
  |  By Auvik
The San Francisco Giants IT team discuss their migration to cloud-based network management and monitoring with Auvik. Topics covered include.
  |  By Auvik
We’re highlighting value in use cases for network monitoring and management! Auvik has rolled out changes you’ll want to know about. Join Patrick Albert, VP Product Management, and Julie Forsythe, VP Engineering, for a retrospective of the past few months of development and to learn about a few works-in-progress in this informational webinar.
  |  By Auvik
In this webinar, co-hosted by Max Eidsvik of N-able Passportal and Patrick Albert of Auvik, you will learn steps you can take to create an IT command center that will make you more efficient and more proactive. Our hosts discuss best practices including documenting all processes, recording device support information, keeping a full inventory, standardizing client information, linking complimentary documents, and more!
  |  By Auvik
In this webinar, we bring IT Ops and IT Security together and discuss what you can do to address two of the biggest struggles that keep so many IT pros awake at night: maintaining the technology you manage, and ensuring that same technology is secure. Presented by Destiny Bertucci, Product Marketing Manager, and Steve Petryschuk, Technology Advocate Interested in improving your operations with the help of network monitoring and management software? Auvik is incredibly easy to set up and super simple to use.
  |  By Auvik
It's an idea portal, for people who hate idea portals.
  |  By Auvik
As your MSP evolves, it is critical to ensure profitability. Join Auvik’s Partner Success Manager Chrissy Little and TruMethods President Gary Pica as they discuss a simple framework to help. Topics covered in this session include an exercise for uncovering unrealized profitability, five metrics you can track for accountability, three changes to make to your service delivery, and more! If you want to save time managing networks and get deeper visibility into the key metrics, you’ll want to try Auvik’s network monitoring and management software.
  |  By Auvik
Download our ebook to discover the 6 most common network blind spots and how to avoid them.
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Download this eBook to discover how you can drive more revenue with expanded network offerings.
  |  By Auvik
As a network administrator, it's vitally important to have a detailed understanding of your topology. Whether you're troubleshooting, building out a network expansion, or showing management how your network design protects the business, an accurate and readable map is a must.

Auvik is cloud-based software that’s changing how networks are managed. Our software gives managed services providers (MSPs) instant visual insight into the infrastructure of their clients’ IT networks and automates complex and time-consuming network management tasks. Put simply, Auvik is changing the capabilities and upgrading the efficiency of network management.

Managing network infrastructure has traditionally been a very manual and time-consuming activity. Before Auvik, administrators were forced to log into network devices one by one using a command-line interface that most of us haven’t seen since DOS disappeared. They’d then type in arcane commands and try to make sense of the flood of data that came back.

Auvik dramatically simplifies the task of network management by making the software do the work. Our system automatically:

  • Discovers a network and displays it as a visual map.
  • Inventories and documents every device, service, and configuration on a network in real-time.
  • Parses, analyzes, and visually displays data to reduce network troubleshooting time.
  • Allows remote access to any device on a network from a single screen.

With Auvik, hundreds of normally complex and time-consuming tasks are reduced to simple, automated steps. And it’s all done through a beautiful and easy-to-use interface.