Product Iris Maps

Our Iris Maps module empowers users with visually detailed maps that showcase critical network information in real-time. Creating and implementing maps is a seamless process, allowing users to display information promptly upon implementation. Iris Maps provides dynamic graphical representations of event statuses, enabling rapid data visualisation.

Iris Maps Options and benefits:


Custom Network Reporting Maps

Tailor maps to suit your network’s specific reporting needs.


Configurable Custom Alerts

Set up custom alerts tailored to your unique environment.


User-Specific Map Saving

Save maps on a per-user basis for personalised reference.


Zoom and Focus

Zoom in and focus on specific areas of the network map for detailed examination.


Real-time Visual Updates

Experience near real-time visual updates directly from the dashboard.


Map types


Building a map from a view

  • Place devices or mnemonics from an existing view onto a map.
  • GPS-enabled devices represented on a Google Map based on their GPS coordinates.
  • Logical maps without GPS details, where nodes are placed randomly on the canvas.

Automation Action:
Automatically updated based on the data within the view.


Building a map from a pre-created Topology

  • Utilise a pre-created Topology matrix to logically place nodes on a map background.
  • Create a Google Map if GPS coordinates are available in the Topology.
Automation Action: Updated each time it’s opened, staying current with the Topology data.


Building a map Manually

  • Manually add nodes to a logical Iris Map canvas or a Google Map.
  • Ideal for specific use cases requiring tailored formatting.
  • Not suitable for highly dynamic segments due to manual updates.
Use Cases: Transit and Peering, International backbone, Device clusters (e.g., SBCs or Core Routing Nodes).

Choose the map creation option that aligns with your use case, whether it’s automation-driven efficiency or a hands-on, customised approach. Iris Maps offers the flexibility to cater to diverse mapping needs.