Cisco Live Las Vegas is coming up. Will you be there?
Come visit us at booth 2705 where we will be showing the new Ixia Fabric Controller—our new intelligent monitoring platform for SDN and Cisco ACI. See how we can provide a single pane of glass for security, compliance, and application performance.
You can also talk technology with Ixia subject matter experts from around the globe. Be sure to enter our raffle for your chance to win a STRiDA bicycle.
In addition to the Ixia Fabric Controller, we will be showcasing:
- Visibility-as-a-Service for the public cloud
- Cloud-scale network testing
- Deeper visibility and actionable insight for the private cloud
- Seeing inside encrypted traffic
If you cannot make it in person and would like us to arrange a consultative meeting, just contact us.
Announcing Ixia Fabric Controller
At Cisco Live we'll be announcing the launch of Ixia Fabric Controller (IFC). IFC is a software defined networking (SDN) controller for visibility—available for Ixia’s Vision portfolio of network packet brokers. A highly available, resilient and easy-to-use intelligent monitoring platform, IFC works across physical and virtual network environments to provide software defined visibility, helping to accelerate application delivery.
Customer benefits of IFC include:
- Effective troubleshooting for enhanced network security, application performance, and SLA fulfillment
- Centralized network visibility management via a single pane of glass
- Open API’s for seamless integration with SDN Controllers, including Cisco ACI
- Scalable network monitoring with centralized operational control
- Native network data aggregation with Cisco Nexus 3000/9000 switches
Thursday, 29 June 11:00 am – 11:30 am
Join Recep Ozdag, Ixia Vice President of Product Management and Marketing for Visibility, for a Think Tank session on how to automate security and network monitoring for Cisco Application Centric Infrastructures (ACI). During this discussion Recep will be highlighting IFC integration with ACI as well as Ixia’s Seamless support for Cisco Nexus switches for aggregation.