Gold standard packet capture at a price the market deserves
Endace DAG cards have long been recognized as the industry gold standard for reliable and highly accurate packet capture and processing.
But we wanted to ensure DAG quality is available to everyone, and we think the time is right for a shakeup in the capture card market.
So we’ve set a new, aggressive low price for the DAG10X2-S to ensure it is the most affordable card in its class, bar none. Now there’s no reason to compromise on quality.
If you are interested in purchasing the DAG10X2-S contact our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org, or talk to your reseller, to find out about the new pricing.
When accurate timing is everything
For many organizations, highly accurate timing is critical to providing accurate audit trails, allowing accurate reconstruction of events for security
forensics or troubleshooting microburst performance issues.
Endace CTO, Dr. Stephen Donnelly, has put together a whitepaper based on the presentation which he and Endace CEO, Stuart Wilson, presented at STAC conferences in London, Chicago and New York recently, which looks at the accuracy of PTP (IEEE 1588) timing in a live High Frequency Trading (HFT) WAN environment.
Continue reading “Endace Timing Whitepaper”
For high frequency traders (HFTs), complying with new obligations that will come into force under MiFID II, and proving compliance, will pose some significant technical challenges.
Stephen Donnelly, Endace’s CTO, gave a presentation comparing GPS and PTP timing accuracy at the STAC Summit in London (May 10) and he will also be presenting at STAC Chicago (May 17). Endace’s CEO, Stu Wilson, will present at the STAC Summit in New York (June 13).
Stephen also attended STAC’s Essentials of MiFID 2 Time Compliance workshop in London on Monday. This workshop was an excellent opportunity for HFTs to get up-to-speed with what the new MiFID II requirements mean for their organizations and how to prepare for them. More on what came out of this in our next newsletter.
We’re looking forward to the opportunity to catch up with our HFT customers at all three STAC events. If you haven’t yet registered for STAC Chicago or New York but are interested in attending, let us know.
Yes, it’s events season again and Endace will be exhibiting at a number of trade shows over the next couple of months. Here are some of the ones you can catch us at.
We’d love to catch up. So if you are attending any of these events, drop by our stand and say hello.
Continue reading “Events, events and more events”
With up to 192TB of storage per appliance, the new EndaceProbe™ 9000-XS series network recorders provide a highly scalable network recording solution, offering Petabytes of clustered and/or distributed storage capable of storing weeks, or months, of network history.
The massive storage of the 9000-XS EndaceProbes makes them an ideal choice as always-on recorders capturing a detailed history of network activity for forensic analysis of data breaches and speeding up the investigation and resolution of network security or performance issues.
See our press release about the new XS series and check out the complete range of EndaceProbe 100% accurate, high-speed network recorders.
Or download the EndaceProbe 9000 series datasheet.
Network monitoring tends to focus heavily on bandwidth, addressing the question, “Do I have the capacity to carry the traffic that my business requires?” Capacity, however, must include session count and lifecycle, which are often overlooked until they become a problem. That’s why EndaceVisionTM 6.0 Network Visibility Software has added two new tools to deal with sessions: TCP Flags view and client/server breakdown.
Continue reading “Finding session-related problems using EndaceVision”
On April 7, the “Heartbleed” bug was announced. It’s a serious flaw in the OpenSSL 1.0 – 1.0.1 code series which affects all applications using it for encryption. In short, it means that anyone who can connect to the server can remotely read the server’s memory – including the SSL certificate secret key, usernames and passwords, and anything else.
With the Heartbleed bug exploit code in the wild, anyone can take advantage of the critical time between public exposure of the exploit and when all organizations can patch (or take offline) vulnerable systems. So, for almost every organization in the world, there are three questions that come to mind. The first question is “which of my public facing servers is vulnerable?” The second question is “have I been exploited since this became public?” And the third question is “what have I lost?”
The EndaceProbe™ Network Recorder helps answer all three questions.
Continue reading “Are your systems safe against the Heartbleed bug?”
By: Alistair Meakin, MarQuest
As a certified Splunk partner, and provider of network operations and security consultancy, MarQuest has extensive knowledge of the benefits Splunk brings to network operations (NetOps) and security operations (SecOps) teams. Curious about the Endace Fusion Connector for Splunk, we completed an independent evaluation of it to assess its usability and benefits. By installing, deploying and using the application, we looked for answers to the following questions:
- Is the application likely to add value to IT operations?
- How usable is the application?
Continue reading “We didn’t think Splunk could do DPI. Our testing proved it can!”
The beginning of any new year is the perfect time to build upon the positive momentum of its predecessor and what better way to start than with the new EndaceProbe™ Network Recorder EP5.1.3 release which does exactly that!
Whilst there’s too much to cover in this blog alone, I’ve focused on some of the key additions to our network visibility tool EndaceVision ™ to give a flavour of the new capabilities that this release brings.
Continue reading “Starting 2014 with a bang (and a new EndaceProbe release)!”