Network operations (NetOps) and security operations (SecOps) teams can now take advantage of our Endace Fusion Connector for Splunk, which will dramatically lower time-to-resolution (TTR) for network issues that typically take days to resolve in the absence of readily available packet data. This Connector (available here on splunkbase) easily installs into any 5.x Splunk deployment and provides a seamless bridge between logs and packets.
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In the world of application delivery and performance management, it’s not easy on the applications or networking operations side to troubleshoot and resolve end-to-end issues. I‘m sure you have heard of Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR); frequently used for measuring how long it takes to resolve a particular problem from the time a trouble ticket is open to when the problem is resolved (i.e. when the ticket is closed). Have you heard of Mean Time To Innocence (MTTI), which is basically the metric for how long it takes to prove the issue wasn’t your responsibility?
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There is something very “je ne sais quoi” about traveling to New York which brings out the “I wanna be Michael Corleone” in me. The first step in my ritualistic preparatory precursor is that I break out my extensive catalog of Frank Sinatra tunes and drink a stiff martini (dirty, with extra olives). Every time I leave for New York, I take the time to re-learn every quotable line from my Godfather trilogy Blu-Ray box set (well, except for part three because it was a travesty) because having a tradeshow in New York and not honing in my “Godfather” lingo would be sacrilegious when speaking to partners and customers. It’s equally crucial to maintain that visage of confidence and cool collectiveness that only Marlon Brando could pull off while sitting at the table during one of his many sit-downs (or Robert DeNiro in “The Godfather Part II”). That said, the standard khaki slacks and one-size fits all black company logoed trade-show booth pullover are not exactly the cut of clothes that Michael Corleone favored, so I guess I’ll have to keep dreaming…
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