Launching at Black Hat this week, the EndaceProbe 114 is purpose-built for deployment in remote locations or branch offices. It offers the same 100% accurate recording, centralized management data mining and retrieval and application hosting as the rest of the EndaceProbe family but comes in a compact, short-depth format that makes it ideal for deployment in branch offices.
The EndaceProbe 114 allows organizations to cost-effectively extend their network visibility right out to the network edge and eradicate the blind spots that can make branch office locations an attractive target for attackers.
Last month we announced a partnership with Plixer to provide integration between EndaceProbe™️ Network Recorders and Plixer’s Scrutinizer™️ NetFlow Analytics suite. This leverages Endace Fusion’s API to enable SOC and NOC teams to pivot directly from Scrutinizer alerts to packet-level detail in traffic recorded on EndaceProbes across the network, delivering the detailed data that enables analysts to quickly investigate and establish the root cause of an alert.
We have also joined the Cisco Solution Partner program. This partnership provides customers using Cisco’s Firepower™ Management Console with single-click access to EndaceVision for powerful visualization of network traffic and rapid drill down to recorded network packets using Endace Fusion’s Pivot to Vision and Pivot to Packets API functions.
Are you a Cisco Firepower or Plixer Scrutinizer user?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to organize a demo so you can see how this integration can dramatically speed up your investigations.
It seems everyone is in Las Vegas for Black Hat this week. We’re excited. Yes, we’re here too and we’d love to see you.
So drop in and see us at Booth #1572 where you’ll be able to check out our new EndaceProbe 114 Branch Office Network Recorder, see demos of our Cisco® FireSIGHT™ Management Center and Splunk™ integrations and we’ll also be showing off the new features of EndaceVision 2.0.
Plus we have some handsome battery packs and notebooks to give away. So swing by and say Hi.
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”
When the current EndaceProbe® Network Recorder product range was introduced more than five years ago, most enterprise networks were only starting to think about upgrading to 10Gb Ethernet (10GbE) speeds. Since then, most IT departments use 10GbE in their core, 1GbE to the desktop and laptop has become standard, and many are organizations are looking to move up to 25GbE, 40GbE or higher speeds. At the time, EndaceProbes were the highest performing and most reliable network packet capture device available, helping our customers migrate their monitoring from 1GbE to 10GbE. In the same way that we enabled that migration, we are now introducing the next generation of network recording products as enterprises incorporate higher network speeds.
Continue reading “Improving network monitoring performance with the next generation EndaceProbes”
By Jeff Brown and Gary Kaiser (Dynatrace)
So what’s going on?
Dynatrace and Endace have announced NetPod™, a fully integrated solution that combines Dynatrace’s Data Center Real-User Monitoring and Endace’s EndaceProbe™ Network Recorder. It is no small thing when two independent companies agree to take their market-leading products and create a new branded offering, so you have to figure there is something valuable going on here.
Continue reading “NetPod: Dynatrace and Endace Team to Modernize AA-NPM”
Seems like security incidents are occurring more often with mild to significant impact on consumers and various organizations, such as Target and Sony.
Referring to the Verizon Data Breach Report year after year confirms that incident response times to such incidents are increasing, rather than decreasing, with root cause identification of the problems not occurring for months after the security incident in many cases. This can cause a pessimistic view among many security teams, however, there are a lot of good things happening in the security space that I want to share with you.
Continue reading “On decreasing incident response time”
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.
Continue reading “User and device attribution comes to EndaceVision: Empowering network and security incident analysis”
Significant changes in the structure and use of IT, including such seismic trends as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), virtualization and cloud computing, have introduced new challenges to IT administrators and staff. Added layers of complexity require new skill sets and knowledge bases as well as tools to effectively run a modern enterprise network. This raises a few questions about how IT teams are coping with the changes.
Continue reading “Network (In)Visibility Leads to IT Blame Game”