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Gigamon Unveils Software Defined Visibility - Automates Network Traffic Visibility for Rapid Response to Security Threats
"When you see every packet, you can secure every packet," said
"Software Defined Visibility is a first of its kind breakthrough. It enables security tools, such as IPSs, WAFs, Secure Web Gateways, Sandboxes and other in-line or out-of-band security appliances to program the Gigamon Visibility Fabric to automatically update traffic Flow Maps and GigaSMART operations based on real-time conditions," said
Software Defined Visibility – Bringing Automated Security and Visibility Together
Software Defined Visibility is a framework that allows customers, security and network equipment vendors, as well as managed service providers, to control and program
Software Defined Visibility – Ideal for
Because MSPs and channel partners have a strong interest in providing their customers with custom capabilities that improve security and reduce costs,
BAI Federal – "BAI Federal has supported the
ePlus – "As an organization driving security solutions into the technology we architect and integrate, ePlus helps organizations proactively control and secure their IT infrastructure thru advanced tools and visibility. Having API integration with
Software Defined Visibility – Enabled by GigaVUE-FM Fabric Manager
GigaVUE-FM 3.0 Fabric Manager enables Software Defined Visibility. GigaVUE-FM delivers a single pane-of-glass view of physical and virtual nodes across the Visibility Fabric, while providing an easy-to-use, wizard-based approach for configuring Flow Mapping® and GigaSMART® traffic policies. A single instance of GigaVUE-FM can manage hundreds of visibility nodes across multiple locations, containing more than a quarter of a million physical ports in addition to managing virtual infrastructures.
Flow Mapping technology helps reduce traffic and improve analyzer performance. Flow Mapping is a patented technology at the heart of
GigaSMART technology extends the intelligence and value of the Gigamon Visibility Fabric architecture by enhancing monitoring infrastructure and improving tool performance. A suite of applications is available to enable modification, manipulation, transformation, and transport of traffic from the network to the tools and appliances used for management, monitoring and security.
GigaVUE-FM 3.0 is available this quarter from authorized
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