The Statseeker Guide to Network Monitoring

How and why network monitoring plays a crucial role in maintaining uptime and enhancing service capability.

Remote working, BYOD (bring your own device), cloud and distributed computing have transformed the network monitoring landscape.


Not being in control of every device connected to your network makes managing the network even more challenging. Network managers can now be responsible for networks spanning hundreds of physical locations and thousands of unique users and interfaces.

Effective network monitoring has now become more important than ever; you need complete visibility of exactly what’s happening how and where, in order to maximise uptime, improve performance, manage costs and plan for evolving capacity requirements.

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What's in the guide?

Create a network baseline

If you’re responsible for your organisation’s network monitoring and management, you’ll always be on the lookout for unusual or suspicious activity.

However to identify problems or anomalies, you first need to know what ‘normal’ looks like for your network.  

Determining your network KPIs

Key performance indicators (KPIs) aren’t just for evidencing performance levels to others; they’re an invaluable tool for you, enabling measurement and assessment of the network’s quality and capability.

7 network monitoring best practices

Whether you’re dealing with the day-to-day, implementing change or planning for future network development, this checklist makes sure you’re following all the fundamental principles that play a positive part in optimizing network performance.

How to future-proof your network

Networks have never been more critical to success, yet pressure on performance continues to increase, thanks to factors such as the growing usage of rich media, proliferation of the IoT, the rapid adoption of cloud-based applications and the advent of 5G.