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Garland Technology is committed to educating the benefits of having a strong foundation of network visibility and access. By providing this insight we protect the security of data across your network and beyond.

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Our extensive technology partnership ecosystem solves critical problems when it comes to network security, monitoring, application analysis, forensics and packet inspection.

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TAP Into Technology Blog: Network Packet Brokers/Advanced Aggregators

[Demo] Advanced Load Balancing for Multiple Active, In-line Security Tools

What do you do when you have low utilization and are not ready to invest in a 10G NextGen Firewall?  The key to adapting to a 10G shift on a limited budget is to make the most of your current appliances by implementing advanced load...

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Load Balancing at the Edge – Saves Budget While Keeping Up with Network Speed

Every security architect is facing the same problem today—pack more in-line security appliances into the stack on a limited budget. However, the challenge goes deeper than simply adding DDoS protection to your existing intrusion prevention...

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One Link, Multiple In-Line Security Appliances—What Can Security Architects Do?

The days when firewalls alone could defend corporate networks are long gone.  Today, security architects are realizing that the most productive way to protect enterprise networks is to deploy active, in-line security appliances at the edge...

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Are You Adding to Your Security Stack? Then Learn Chaining at the Edge

Back in the early days of the 90's, before cybercrime really took off, no one really anticipated a need for a network to run more than two security appliances at the same time. That was then. Here and now, cyber-threats are extremely...

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Four Roadblocks to Deploying a Full Stack of In-Line Security Appliances

It's hard to remember that the commercial firewall, as we know it today, has only been around since 1994. This was the first firewall that could monitor every layer of the OSI stack—a formidable obstacle to hackers. With more and more...

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A Practical Example: 1G In-Line and Out-of-Band Connectivity

Even if you’ve already realized the inferiority of SPAN ports and started moving to network TAPs, you still have to make sure your network design is set up for visibility into every bit, byte and packet® of traffic.  However, the...

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