Monday, December 4, 2006

National Instruments Selects Gigamon for Network Monitoring

National Instruments has deployed multiple network monitoring Data Access Switches from Gigamon Systems across its multi-building campus in Austin, Texas. The out-of-band Gigamon switches enable National Instruments to consolidate monitoring tools while providing engineers with around the clock, unobtrusive access to all network traffic.

The interconnected Gigamon GigaVUE-MP switches form a distributed data access network that can aggregate, multicast, and filter data from multiple switches located in multiple buildings, into single tool port(s), providing network and security engineers with unlimited visibility into the network without impacting its performance. With its multi-rule mapping filter, GigaVUE can also redistribute the aggregated traffic to multiple tools based on pre-defined logical attributes (VLAN, IP subnet, application, etc.) to insure optimal traffic loads at each tool, providing National Instruments with flexible and dynamic network monitoring, which results in cost-saving and comprehensive coverage.


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