iOS Network Mapper is a tool that I built to extend
iOS Network Mapper is built off of a tiled view based approach. Similar to Google Maps, the view renders only visible content as it is needed tile by tile, allowing to user to potentially view tens of thousands of network devices without consuming additional memory. Data is rendered in the most visually appealing way according to the user’s current zoom level. As a child feature of the Optiview-XG’s mapping feature, this app was designed to have the same look and feel as the Optiview-XG’s map while adhering to Apple’s iOS style guidelines.
The faster engineers can “see” what is going on in their network, to know who is on the network and where they are connected, and what the path is from “here to there”, the faster they can get to root cause when troubleshooting performance issues. Using OptiView’s patented discovery engine, users can now interact with their network in a flexible map-based user interface to quickly visually identify configuration and topology issues, speeding troubleshooting.
Documentation is an essential step for any project, such as pre-deployment network assessments and new technology rollouts, but it can take too much time to complete. From the graphical map-based user interface, one click sends the map data through a Visio file generator, creating instant, professional network documentation. Ideal for enterprises or service organizations, OptiView XG’s mapping function saves hours of manual labor, allowing documentation to keep up as the network changes, or provide instant maps for client projects.
Figure 3: Example of Tile Based Rendering
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