Geographical Map

View a real-world map of your network and the links within it through ENA’s Geographical Map integration with Google Maps.

Immediately locate any issues

Instant identification and visibility of incidents and their severity across the network is essential to any business, regardless of their size and geographical spread. You need to see where there are problems, how serious they are, and what those problems might be affecting. ENA v18.0 introduces Geographical Map mode to give you a global perspective of your network, based on Views and their hierarchies, that harnesses the full data potential of ENA’s wider offering. 

Automatic, View-based

Reflect the actual geographical organization of your network and instantly see health information for each View. Assign geographical locations to Views so that they can be automatically plotted to the map, whilst the addition, discovery and removal of devices and links is automatically updated in the map so you don’t have to worry about manual management.

Maps display any Subviews within the selected View to give you opportunity for further drilldown and investigation. Specify if you want to display all, some or none of the links between Views based on connected devices. These are colored by link status or utilization to tell you the strength, health and performance of your network connections.

See incidents by location

The Geographical Map feeds off the ENA Event Management System as part of a unified network management solution. ENA’s incident and event data immediately updates the Geographical map to give you the comprehensive insight into incidents.

Each plotted View shows the incident health within that View. This gives you instant appraisal of the status of your network and shows you where the problems are.

Color of the marker shows the highest incident severity within the View.

Number in the marker is the count of the highest severity incidents in the View.

Size of the marker grows with the number of those incidents.


ENA’s new Geographical Map is perfectly suited to your network operation center (NOC). Gain a global mission control perspective of your entire business’ status in both light and dark modes, whilst immediately identifying where in the world there are problems on your network. Not every issue on your network carries the same weight – with colored incident markers, pulsing options and marker clustering, ENA’s Geographical Map helps you instantly distinguish between different incident severities and distributions.

Geographical maps are customizable to suit your way of working, and to better cater for the issues that affect your network.

Set markers to pulse if specific incidents are raised, so you can immediately identify exactly where those problems are arising.

Change the color scheme of markers so that specific incidents display as red, for example, whilst all others are green.

Choose to cluster View markers at certain scales to prevent the map from becoming too crowded.

At-a-glance information

See the state of play

Instantly gauge the state of your network at any scale, and understand which geographical areas are being affected with issues.

Quickly drill down into your network

Drill down into a View from the map, or click a link for data on its status or utilization.

Hover over for further details

Hover over a marker to display up-to-date View details that help you quickly establish the network impact of issues:

  • number of devices under management.
  • location of the View.
  • number of network paths in the View.
  • number of services in the View.
  • total number of incidents in the View, broken down by severity.

Combine with Topological Maps
and other dashlets

ENA’s customizable dashboards allow you to pick and choose what you see on your NOC. Add to your dashboard context-dependent Topological Maps that display the topology of a View selected on your Geographical map, for example allowing you to see the exact layout of devices in each branch office.

Combine the Geographical Map with any dashlet so you can see all the information you need to see on a single screen. You can also easily switch between Geographical and Topological Map modes in the map dashlet via a simple toggle.