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TAP Into Technology

Leading the Way in Network Technology

Securing the Edge in Cisco ACI with Garland Technology's EdgeLens

I’ve previously provided an introduction to Cisco ACI in terms of facilitating a next-generation data center by taking advanced of software defined networking. So if you haven’t read that post, it’s a great place to start. Abstraction is Key:  End Point Groups, Contracts and Service Graphs Abstraction is a key concept in administration, scaling, and deployment automation within Cisco ACI.  This is accomplished by defining endpoints and policies that determine how data flows through the ACI fabric. 
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An Introduction to Securing the Edge in Cisco ACI

Cisco ACI is a game changing approach to managing networks across major disruptions including virtualization, multiple active data centers, hybrid data centers, and private and public cloud.  Cisco ACI enables significant advantages in managing and deploying applications in these changing environments.
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The Battle Of The Bandwidth

After an epic 15 year reign at number one, 10G tools begin their descent down the charts of network infrastructure, making way for the rise of “hot” 100G technology.  Iconic sensations like big data infrastructure and the explosion of bandwidth-intensive applications in large enterprises dropped the bass for 10G networking tools. Cisco, a preferred partner of Garland technology, released the Bidirectional 40G Fiber Connectivity, a real crowd-pleaser to help bandwidth accessibility.
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How to Make 40G Fiber More Accessible—A Primer on Cisco BiDi Technology

Just as large enterprises settle into 10G networking, bandwidth intensive applications and big data demands are forcing companies to adopt 40G network speeds. However, the shift from 10G to 40G requires a major investment in a new cabling infrastructure, leaving architects in a difficult position when trying to make upgrades. To make 40G more accessible, Cisco, a Garland Technology partner, created bidirectional (BiDi) 40G fiber connectivity. But the technology is not without its challenges.
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TAP One Link to Add Resiliency to Your Cisco Deployment

As part of the Cisco Solution Partner Program, Garland Technology helps provide visibility and access for Cisco security and performance monitoring solutions. The partnership provides value to companies deploying Cisco products including the ASA/Firepower NGFWs.
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Garland Technology's Network TAPs are now Certified 'Cisco Compatible'

on 4/4/17 8:00 AM By | Mike Heiberger | 0 Comments | Data Center Cisco Solutions
So what does this mean to you? Well, when you are considering a connectivity strategy for your active, in-line appliances or security monitoring tools, it demonstrates that Garland's network TAPs were tested and validated with live data and performed to Cisco's standards. What standards were tested? Interoperability, health check/failsafe check, full packet capture and zero packet loss. Why should you care? Read on.
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