We’ve all heard that the application is now the network. This paradigm shift moved us from the simple port-based definition of applications that was prevalent up until the end of the last decade, to the more awkward reality that applications are much more complex and no longer conformed to such a simple scheme. For network operators, understanding the applications on the networks was paramount and Endace responded to this by incorporating deep packet inspection (DPI) technology into its EndaceProbeTM Network Recorders in 2012.
As Interop once again draws near, the InteropNet infrastructure stands ready and waiting to provide critical connectivity to the thousands of visitors and hundreds of exhibitors who attend the show. Each year, InteropNet is provided by a dedicated band of volunteer vendors, whose preparation starts early in February at the UBM hot stage. There, the network is designed, constructed and tested, so that it is ready to be shipped to Las Vegas in time to provide the network for Interop. Each year, the team reviews the latest technology to determine what is needed to provide a state of the art network that can showcase emergent trends in the networking space.
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.