What is uberAgent?

uberAgent is a User Experience Monitoring (UXM) and Endpoint Security Analytics (ESA) tool that provides in-depth visibility into user experience, system performance, and security across physical and virtual endpoints. It offers detailed insights into installed application usage - including installed web browsers, and network performance. The solution is capable of providing Endpoint Security Analytics (ESA) with its highly efficient and dynamic threat detection engine and rule engine.

Why uberAgent?

uberAgent makes performance and security diagnosis a lot easier by collecting vital KPIs like latency, jitter, and packet loss – per application - including the installed browser One agent, one solution, across all physical and virtual Windows and macOS devices.

The agent is highly efficient looking at the amount of data that it reports, as well as looking at the footprint it adds on top: less than 0.5% CPU load and a minimal amount of RAM. Customers can complement the existing EDR solutions with uberAgent.

Application adoption and licensing reporting, crash analytics on process executable level, or pinpointing performance bottlenecks? You name it, uberAgent provides the metrics and comes with 70+ dashboards that visualize the collected data.

All of this sets us apart from other monitoring vendors in the EUC space, while we supplement existing observability platforms customers have in place today.

What can uberAgent do?

  • Makes user experience measurable

  • Helps you identify trends that otherwise would have gone unnoticed

  • Simplifies troubleshooting by showing you everything you need to know in one place

  • Detects threats, risky behavior, and insecure configurations

  • Shows you which applications are used when – and where

  • Makes Helpdesk and IT operations more effective

  • Provides visibility into endpoint performance, reliability, and security

  • Provides all the endpoint metrics and KPIs required by the business

Get started

To use uberAgent, see the uberAgents Downloads page.

More information

For more information on uberAgent, see the uberAgent documentation.