Touted as one of the fastest growing network performance measuring companies around, Plixer International (News - Alert) has been offering countless customers increased visibility into all actions taking place on their corporate network via its growing portfolio since 1999. Including the flexible NetFlow tool, the company ultimately brings the level of infrastructure performance within companies to a higher level than ever imagined.
As the times continue to change, networks are increasingly put under pressure due to both newly introduced smartphones and tablets and pressures to keep up with new customer demands. In light of this, NetFlow version 10 was recently unveiled. One of this revamped offering’s new features includes mapping that allows for multiple connections from the same device to run simultaneously alongside animated links. IP Groups are also now available, which makes it easy to view every action taking place within a variety of IP addresses, which in turn drives much better network traffic analysis functionality.
Additionally, it can “bring any machine generated messages including syslogs and even Microsoft (News - Alert) event logs into Scrutinizer as IPFIX for correlation, threat pattern matching and reporting. Combined with IPFIXify, it can aid as a log management solution,” according to a recent blog post. Further, newly added virtual and hardware appliances can be leveraged in order to support higher flow volumes.
To inform those not in the know about how NetFlow can bring multiple benefits to their organization, the Maine-based provider will be hosting a complimentary NetFlow & IPFIX Training class in New York City on December 20th from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the MicroTek Facility on 90 Broad St.
Everyone is encouraged to attend this not-to-miss event, especially those looking to drive visibility into a network which would assist them in detecting and resolving small issues before they become huge problems. In learning how to comprehend which applications require the most bandwidth, understand which hosts within applications cause the most traffic and realize how traffic patterns can alter the quality of service policies, attendees will finally be able to answer the age old question of why the Internet can be so slow.
To learn about all of this as well as better budgeting for capital expenses with user/group resource profiling and closely analyzing possible threats that could affect network performance, this event is just right for you.
Complete with a free breakfast – something everyone likes – this full day event is vital in making complex networks much easier to manage without delay, as well as dramatically increasing efficiency.
To register now, click here.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo