Endace was an exhibiting partner at Dynatrace Perform in Las Vegas this month. Perform is the annual conference for Dynatrace users and attracts attendees from all over the world.
The conference sessions were packed, and our booth in the partner area was swamped during the partner sessions!
In fact it was so busy we didn’t have time to take photos of our booth! So here’s one of Dynatrace’s photos instead. And if you want more, there’s a big gallery of photos on this page.
In the Partner Lounge, Blaine Deutsch and Tom Leahy demonstrated how EndaceProbes integrate with Dynatrace DC RUM to provide instant access to network packet history as definitive evidence for troubleshooting application performance issues. They also showed how using EndaceProbes to Playback recorded history to an instance of the virtual AMD agent hosted in Application Dock offers new options for deep investigation of historical events.
If you weren’t able to make the event, here are the presentations:
Back in 2015 Emma Garner was looking for a fresh challenge to push her both physically and mentally. Taking inspiration from 90s comedy Cool Runnings she decided to try out for the Royal Air Force Bobsleigh Team. The RAF compete in two-person bobsleighs crewed by a driver and brakeman. Invited to attend novice training as a brakeman at Igls in Austria, she soon found herself careening down the course on her first ever week on ice.
“I remember the anticipation the first time I was nudged off the start and the exhilaration at making it down the track first time without my novice driver crashing. Some people weren’t so lucky.”
Endace recently exhibited at the FTC International Cybersecurity Forum, which was held in Lille, France.
It was a very busy event, and attracted more than 7000 cybersecurity and IT professionals from France and further afield. Our indomitable team of Sandrine Kubach and Rob Earley were there to fly the Endace flag at our booth.
Sandrine and Rob showed Forum attendees how EndaceProbe™ Network Recorders can be integrated with security solutions from Cisco, Splunk, Plixer and other vendors to enable security analysts to quickly access a definitive source of network history for cybersecurity investigations. The also talked about the EndaceProbe’s ability to host network security and network performance monitoring applications in the ApplicationDock™ hosting environment
The Top 5 topics of interest for attendees at the conference were:
Managing IT weakness
It was great to see such strong interest in cybersecurity at the conference, and we were really pleased to see how many organizations recognized the importance of capturing network history for security breach investigation.
If you would like to know more about the Forum, FTC has put together a great infographic which gives a visual overview of the event. Thanks to the FTC organizers for a well run event and to all those attendees who stopped by our stand. We really enjoyed talking with you and we’ll be in touch.