Solera Networks: How to Tivo IP Traffic

February 26th, 2007 |
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Tivo changed the way we watch TV. Just like you record your favorite 24 episode, Solera Networks offers network security for enterprises and governments that captures and replays an organization’s network traffic. Steve Shillingford, vice president of worldwide sales, speaks with Brad Baldwin about how customers are using Solera Networks’ software and network appliance to capture and store IP traffic at up to 400 gigabits per second.

Since all network traffic is recorded, it’s easy for the IT staff to review exactly what passed through specific ports, or to reconstruct a specific user’s browser session. With the Solera solution, the answer to why the network was slow between 2:00 and 4:00 PM yesterday can be scientific instead of guesswork. Compliance managers, universities, and governments can ensure that policies are followed and that intellectual assets and intelligence are preserved. Built on a 100-percent open architecture, any available commercial, open source, or customized software can be used to review data. Solera also offers tools and an API for any third party or individual to create custom tools for monitoring and review.

Newly backed by Canopy Ventures, Solera Networks takes a new infusion of cash to get the news out about their customer-proven offering.

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