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Just about everyone, or at least everyone interested in network monitoring and analysis, has heard of NetFlow and sFlow. But how about OmniFlow, an expanded version of flow-based data based on deep packet inspection?
Flow-based data is widely available from almost any modern network device, and this data has become the basis of many very popular network monitoring solutions. Though readily available, traditional flow-based data can be incomplete, sometimes generating misleading results. Also, traditional flow-based analysis does not provide the detailed information required to troubleshoot network anomalies. What if the sampling algorithm is skewing your data or causing you to miss critical issues? What if the information required to troubleshoot a problem is in the payload and not the packet header? What if you need a single solution to monitor AND troubleshoot network problems?
This web seminar will introduce you to OmniFlow, and the possibility of a new "standard" in flow-based analysis.
In these slides, we cover:
- Common techniques used in network monitoring
- Strengths and weaknesses of current network monitoring technologies
- The importance of packet-based troubleshooting in today’s networks
- The role of OmniFlow in providing end-to-end network monitoring and analysis
What you will learn:
- What network monitoring technologies best meet your requirements
- How to achieve greater visibility with OmniFlow
- Why analysis that includes packet payloads is critical
- How end-to-end network monitoring and analysis saves time and money