1. Router Proxy:
The GlobalNOC developed Router Proxy tool allows end users to run a configurable set of commands against devices on the network. This can allow users to perform limited testing from the device itself, such as ping or traceroute, or view pieces of active configuration and state such as BGP peering state or interface statistics.
2. Maps & Graphs:
1. Live status (grafana, snapp, worldview):
The live status views, are based on telemetry collected from the network by GlobalNOC developed tools. They’re then arranged in different ways. Grafana for example tends to be dashboards based on specific use cases like customer connections, aggregate load, etc. This tends to vary network to network. TSDS is a general data browser for things we collect on the network. Worldview is a real time weather map of traffic usage on the network.
2. Non-Interactive (fiber maps, etc):
These are more statically defined, non-interactive diagrams of the network. They sometimes include a level of detail that the interactive maps don’t, because they want to show things like the actual path on the ground that the fiber takes instead of simply connecting two dots on a map.