What is visibility?
To meet the high expectations of customers who need to be permanently connected and require instantaneous application response times in a secure environment, organisations must continually monitor their services using multiple tools that cover various needs. These needs mostly require access to the information flowing through the network.
It is advisable to have a visibility layer that prevents these systems from operating at low performance levels and with limited or no access to the information they need, because this reduces and, in some cases, eliminates their analytical capacity.Back To network and systems
Network Interconnection layers
Passive devices that obtain a copy of the traffic flowing through a 1G, 10G, 40G, 100G fibre optic link.
An active device that bypasses a link to obtain a copy of data non-intrusively (Zero Delay).
SW for extracting information from the “virtual” traffic between the various hosts of our virtualised infrastructure at the kernel level, with minimal impact on our systems.
Aggregation and filtering layer
L2-L4 filtering (filtered by the 128 bytes of the header)
Timestamping or traffic source
Dynamic balancing of traffic by session
Adding multiple points of traffic to multiple outputs (any to any, many to many, any to many)
Elimination of duplicate packets
Elimination of payload or header fields
Dpi layer (application level data inspection):
Generación de netflow con estadísticas de trafico aplicacional por firma de trafico
Filtered traffic signature (L7/L8 filtering)
Dynamic traffic masking