There are four types of Enterprise Monitoring Points (EMPs): physical, virtual, container-based, and software. Physical Monitoring Points (models m* and r*) are hardware devices used for general monitoring, monitoring in wireless environments, and monitoring where high performance is required. Virtual Monitoring Points (models v*) are virtual machines that run in KVM or VMware virtual environments. They are used for general monitoring tasks, and are uniquely suited to virtual environments. Container-based Monitoring Points (CMPs) (models c*) are Monitoring Points that run in Docker containers. They can be run in environments that run Docker. Native Monitoring Points (NMPs) (models n*) are run as an application on various operating systems. They can only be used for Delivery monitoring.
- Monitoring Point Feature Comparison - provides a full capabilities comparison of each EMP model.
- Monitoring Points - provides information on each EMP model.
- Deploying Your Monitoring Point - provides recommendations on which Monitoring Points to use in different environments and where they should be deployed in your network.
- Monitoring Point Cabling - provides information on how to connect a Monitoring Point in your network.