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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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Unleash the Power of Packet Slicing and Time Stamping in your Network

In today’s environments with significant investment in security and monitoring tools, Garland Technology recognizes the need for a cost-effective solution that provides the flexibility and performance that networks today require. We have chosen to take the approach to deconstruct our packet broker solutions. Through the use of separate and dedicated hardware appliances to perform specific tasks, there is no degradation of overall performance while performing CPU intensive tasks or additional licence fees. This ensures that our customers have solutions that are flexible and scalable for future on-demand growth, while ensuring excellent ROI today. To build on our current PacketMAX™ packet broker solutions, consisting of our Advanced Aggregators, and Advanced Features Dedup, Garland is excited to announce the launch of our new PacketMAX™: Advanced Features appliance, that adds time stamping and packet slicing capabilities to your network. 
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Network Visibility - The Rise of the Aggregation Layer

on 8/22/19 8:00 AM By | Jerry Dillard | 0 Comments | Network Design Network Visibility/Monitoring
Sole reliance on SPAN ports for network visibility and monitoring has been on the decline for years. IT teams have realized the inherent limitations of SPAN ports and have shifted towards the traditional 3-tiered approach to network visibility, Physical Layer TAPs, Network Packet Brokers, and Tools.
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Aggregation in a High Density Fiber Network

High density networks can create infrastructure challenges related to figuring out how to ensure all network links are being analyzed by security and monitoring tools. This was the case with one major European telecommunications company. They were looking to capture traffic from 60 10G links to forward to their Forescout boxes for analysis.
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Network Visibility Fabric Design - Focus on the Core

We’ve previously talked about the importance of the access layer, aggregation layer and edge to a well-designed network visibility fabric. Tapped traffic from the access layer flows to the aggregation layer, where it’s collected, processed, and then forwarded to the core of the fabric. 
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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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