Consolidating Network Appliances with Virtualization
"In a typical data center, there are many dedicated network appliances for network analysis, measurement, security and optimization. These are typically implemented on stand-alone servers and deployed at critical points in the network", said Erik Norup, President, Napatech Inc.
Napatech's white paper, "Consolidating multiple network appliances", examines a number of solutions that allow multiple network appliances to be consolidated onto a single server. This includes the use of intelligent features available on modern network analysis adapters and virtualization.
"Combinations of multiple applications for network analysis in one standard server using intelligent adapters saves cost and power", added Norup. "It can also be used to support legacy operating systems. For some of our OEM customers, this means a potentially faster path to product launch than re writing applications to run as multithreaded applications under one operating system".
Napatech's whitepaper is available at www.napatech.com.
Visit Napatech at stand #455 at Interop New York from the 20th to the 21st of October to find out more.
Napatech A/S (HQ)
Napatech is the leading OEM supplier of multi-port 10 GbE and 1 GbE intelligent adapters for real-time network analysis with over 70,000 Ethernet ports deployed. Napatech network adapters provide real-time packet capture and transmission with full line-rate throughput and zero packet loss no matter the packet size. Intelligent features enable off-load of data traffic processing and packet analysis normally performed in the CPU. This results in more processing power for the network monitoring, analysis, management, test, measurement, security or optimization application being supported. Napatech has sales, marketing and R&D offices in Mountain View, California, Andover, Massachusetts, Washington D.C. and Copenhagen, Denmark.
For more information visit us at: www.napatech.com