Dynamic network intelligence from physical, virtual, SDN and NFV networks helps you enhance crucial networking, data center and cloud business assets.
Step 1: Capture all your network traffic by tapping every network link
Step 2: Through non-production links, traffic flows to one or more Vision network packet brokers where duplicate data is removed then filtered using NetStack, PacketStack, SecureStack and AppStack visibility intelligence capabilities
Step 3: Your security, performance and monitoring tools receive the most appropriate data stream, tailored specifically for that tool; your tools work more efficiently, and most effectively
TAPS, AGGREGATORS, REGENERATORS
Vision Portfolio: Network Packet Brokers
CloudLens: dynamic network intelligence for Public, Private, & Hybrid Cloud
Dynamic Network Intelligence Options
Robust filtering, aggregation, replication, and more
Three stages of filtering (ingress, dynamic, and egress)
Dynamic filter compiler
Priority based filtering
Source port labeling (VLAN tagging & untagging)
Aggregation & replication
Double your Ports- DyP (Simplex)
Ixia offers an easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interface to allow operators to make connections from taps or SPAN ports to their connected tools with network packet brokers. The configuration of filters is streamlined and easy, with overall setup requiring minimal time and effort, even for large shops and complicated networks. No professional services or expensive training is required to master the art of delivering dynamic network intelligence to your tools. This eliminates the need to use time-consuming command line interface (CLI) or web user interface (WebUI) dialogs, or invest hours or days designing complex logic.
Ixia Fabric Controller (IFC) is a SDN controller for visibility that is allows multiple network packet brokers to work collectively within a single plan of glass. IFC extends a full set of API controls and integrates with Cisco ACI, as well as other SDN architectures.
Single pane of glass, scalable centralized visibility management for physical, virtual, and software defined networks