Catchpoint BGP Monitoring

Catchpoint’s BGP Monitoring helps organizations track their networks and ensure they function at optimal levels. BGP is a complicated routing protocol used to provide information to several organizations on the web in terms of their routing peers, and each has an assigned Autonomous System Number (ASN). By monitoring such information, Catchpoint uses data center, ISP, and public route collectors to examine BGP performance, offering an overview of maintenance and usage costs, and displays charts and train tracks diagrams to highlight any issues. Catchpoint’s BGP dashboards provide useful, actionable, and straightforward information that is beneficial to clients. This article, sponsored by Catchpoint, is a follow-up to Peter Welcher’s previous discussion of their Networking Field Day presentation.

Catchpoint Excels at Internet Resilience

Catchpoint is a solution focused on monitoring the entire Internet stack, including applications and network traffic, with the goal of providing the best internet resilience. It offers the most global monitoring points for its customers to leverage, allowing candid reporting on external perceptions of performance as well as the hard Network performance data points. By providing comprehensive monitoring strategy, Catchpoint enables predictive insights, contingency planning, and continuous improvement over time, ensuring that users receive the best possible experience through the digital service delivery chain. Read more in this Gestalt IT article by Peter Welcher, sponsored by Catchpoint.

Proving It’s Not the Network: Catchpoint and Kentik

In his most recent post, Eric Stewart, Field Day delegate, discusses Kentik’s and Catchpoint’s presentations at September’s Networking Field Day. These companies have a similar end to end focus for their solutions, providing data regarding web page loading and why delays are occurring. Eric talks about his thoughts on either solution and gives some brief feedback on questions he would have for the future. Check out his thoughts!

NFD29 CatchPoint Tracks Connectivity Quality

Pete Welcher is categorizing CatchPoint as a ThousandEyes competitor with a bit more functionality! Pete attended the most recent Networking Field Day where Catchpoint presented on just a few of their additions like SSID, BGP monitoring, and more. In Pete’s LinkedIn post, he explains why Catchpoint has a good chance against their competitors and why we should check out their performance tools. Take a look here or visit his LinkedIn page for more!

Gauging User Experience With Catchpoint

In this Gestalt IT article, Sulagna Saha writes about Catchpoint’s presentation at September’s Networking Field Day. Catchpoint presented the Catchpoint Digital Experience Management Platform, a purpose-built solution that helps meet user’s expectations of total observability. Take a look here at Sulagna’s thoughts on this integral tool that optimizes the digital experience on the Gestalt IT website.

Network Field Day 29 – Day 2: Catchpoint

Check out Jordan Villarreal’s recap of Catchpoint’s presentation at the latest Networking Field Day event! You can check out his thoughts on his YouTube page, System MTU One, and be sure to check out all of the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!

Simplifying Observability for Edge Computing Workloads Using Catchpoint

Check out Charles Uneze’s thoughts on Catchpoint and their presentation at Networking Field Day! You can listen to his podcast, Networking Characteristics, on Spotify or on the Tech Field Day website!

Network Field Day 29 – Day 0

Check out Jordan Villarreal’s pre-event rundown of what he was looking forward to hearing about at the latest Networking Field Day event! You can check out his thoughts on his YouTube page, System MTU One, and be sure to check out all of the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!

Even More to Explore With Networking Field Day 29!

Check out Tom Hollingsworth details of the most recent Networking Field Day presentation line-up! You can find all the videos from Networking Field Day on the Tech Field Day website.

The Value of Synthetic Testing With Catchpoint

Catchpoint was one of our presenters at Networking Field Day 23 earlier this year, where Tom Hollingsworth got to see them present on their platform which included a demo that showed some synthetic testing. Writing for, Tom explains the potential benefits of synthetic testing and how Catchpoint uses it to help their customers implement more effective networks.

Networking Field Day 23: Catchpoint Monitors Digital Experience

Catch Peter Welcher’s analysis of Catchpoint’s monitoring system, which was presented at Networking Field Day 23

Network Field Day 23 Overview, or Throw Out Your Net Management Tools, They’re Obsolete!

There is a network management revolution going on, and legacy systems are no longer going to cut it. Airvine, Apstra, Arista, Boradcom, Catchpoint, Cisco, Intel, IP Fabric, Juniper Networks and PathSolutions came together at Network Field Day 23 to showcase how each of their products is making waves in the network management space. Peter Welcher, Network Field Day 23 delegate and tech expert came to the conclusion that it is time to modernize company’s network management tools, or die, based on what he saw at the event.

NFD23 – CatchPoint

As a delegate Gian Paolo Boarina had the chance to see Catchpoint present earlier this month at Networking Field Day and was impressed with their Digital Experience Monitoring platform. He writes that Catchpoint is a tool every Ops team might want to have because it provides visibility and analytics in a simple way to help diagnose connectivity problems. Through a dynamic presentation and demo, Catchpoint was able to showcase their monitoring product. Be sure to check out Catchpoint’s presentation and demo as well as Gian Paolo’s thoughts on his blog.

Looking Forward to Network Field Day 23

Pete Welcher posted about our September Networking Field Day event over on LinkedIn. He’s looking forward to the event overall, but the highlight of this article are his thoughts about the presenting companies. He mentions Arista, Cisco, Juniper Networks, and Palo Alto, which he calls “four of the top five” networking companies. He’s also keen on seeing Apstra, Broadcom, Catchpoint, Intel, PathSolutions, and VMware, though the latter is not able to present at this event this time.