Want a clear advantage in the cloud? Visit Ixia to “see inside.”

OpenStack Summit Boston
May 8–11, Booth B16
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA

OpenStack Summit is almost here. Don’t miss your chance to meet Ixia subject matter experts and learn how to see everything you need to see inside your private clouds.

Visit us in Booth B16 to see:

  • Our newly enhanced CloudLens™ visibility solution
  • How to tap virtual traffic in an OpenStack environment using Tap-as-a-Service (TaaS)
  • How our virtualized test tools can become part of your continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) pipeline
  • How to streamline intra-VM visibility traffic with CloudLens virtual tapping and filtering
  • How Ixia AppStack capabilities improve monitoring and security tool performance

Maintain full control as your virtual data centers grow and change. If you don’t want to wait, check out CloudLens from Ixia today.

Capturing, Filtering, and Distributing Virtualized Network Traffic to Your Datacenter Monitoring Tools
Christophe Oliver

Ixia's Christophe Olivier
to present in the
Marketplace Theater

  Tuesday, May 9, 4:50pm-5:10pm

Organizations monitoring virtual machine to virtual machine traffic face many challenges, including the sheer volume of data and the transport of data to both virtual and physical monitoring tools. After capture by the virtual tap, network packets are typically sent to tools via GRE or VLAN tunneling protocols. This usually means that the tools must be capable of terminating tunnels, which is seldom the case. Identical traffic can come from multiple sources and may need to be de-duplicated to avoid overload and inefficiency, and the same packets may need to be forwarded to several monitoring appliances. Such processing typically requires a physical network packet broker appliance. 

Ixia's CloudLens solution can help you accelerate your cloud adoption strategy by capturing, sanitizing and forwarding virtual network traffic to your physical and virtual datacenter monitoring and security tools. 

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New Layer 7 Intelligence in Private Clouds

See AppStack enhancements for CloudLens

The limited view of traffic in virtualized environments can make it hard to troubleshoot application performance issues, monitor traffic, guarantee SLAs and ensure network security.

See how we help address these challenges by bridging the gap between virtual and physical networks, giving better visibility into inter-VM traffic.

Application signature detection, NetFfow and other capabilities enhance security and visibility into network traffic with enhanced AppStack capabilities for CloudLens.

Learn more about CloudLens Private.

Application Filtering