Garland Prisms is a Cloud TAP (Test Access Point) from our vendor partner Garland Technology that acquires, processes, and distributes Public and Private Cloud packets. Flexible licensing options, volume discounts, and a quick set-up give you an immediate opportunity to create some recurring revenue. Help your customers see virtual packets today with Garland Prisms. LIMITED… Read More Visibility of VM packets in Public and Private Cloud environments is no longer a concern with Garland Prisms
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Garland Technology defines packet loss as the failure of one or more transmitted packets to arrive at their destination. While every network can expect to encounter some packet loss from time to time, significant or sustained packet loss does require investigation into the root cause. 5 Reasons for Packet Loss Link Congestion Networking devices drop… Read More Does Packet Loss Really Matter?
“A well-designed network visibility fabric will help enterprises assure network and application performance and reduce security and compliance risk.” -Garland Technology Large Networks May Require a Fabric Aggregation Layer Building on the foundation of network TAPs at the access layer, a well-designed network visibility fabric may require an aggregation layer if the enterprise needs to… Read More Network Visibility Fabric Design: Add an Aggregation Layer
Despite being in the technology industry, there are some things system security pros (or their bosses) just aren’t familiar with. One of the questions asked often at Garland Technology is, “What is a network TAP, anyway?” The next question is typically, “And why do I need one?” Here’s a good overview of network TAPs. Network… Read More What is a Network TAP, Anyway?