Kentik and phoenixNAP discuss why maintaining network health is more important than ever, show examples of how to maintain network visibility to mitigate risk, and give tips on securing multi-tenant environments and improve overall data security.
Enterprise networks are changing fast. Traffic volumes are growing, applications are dynamic and distributed, and some have moved outside of IT’s direct control. In this webinar, Kentik's Jim Meehan shows how advanced analytics can help address these challenges.
Between cloud, SaaS, APIs, WAN, and CDNs, enterprises increasingly rely on the internet to supply and deliver their business ㄧ and it’s subsequently adding new complexities to their networks. In this webinar, guest speaker and Forrester analyst Andre Kindness and Kentik Co-founder and CEO Avi Freedman reveal how to use network analytics and monitoring for business visibility.
Guest speaker Forrester analyst Andre Kindness and Kentik Co-founder and CEO Avi Freedman discuss the changes in enterprise networks that make modern network analytics a must-have and how to gain business context from network data.
Misconfig or DDoS attack: how can you tell? And how do spambots keep lurking in your infrastructure cloud? Kentik’s Jim Meehan discusses these real-world examples and reveals how flow data helped with investigation and response.
The age of DDoS means frequent, multi-vector attacks from an industrialized dark economy of attack providers. Hear the latest DDoS trends, recommendations and how big data traffic intelligence offers far more accurate detection and automated mitigation that increases your protection. Featuring Kentik VP Product Marketing Alex Henthorn-Iwane and guest speaker Forrester Research Senior Analyst Joseph Blankenship.
If you haven’t been following cyber-security news recently, the DDoS arms race has just escalated in a fairly significant fashion. If your business depends on internet traffic, you should be concerned about how to properly defend yourself. Join Alex Henthorn-Iwane, VP of Marketing at Kentik, as he presents how you can improve your DDoS detection by 30% over traditional appliance-based solutions.
NetFlow analysis is in its third decade, and many of the architectures that have defined the space are looking pretty long in the tooth. As network function virtualization and DevOps leads IT organizations towards greater cloud and automation orientation, commercial NetFlow analysis tools have largely stuck to Windows software or hardware appliances.
Network data is big data. Modern networks can easily generate hundreds of millions to billions of data records per day. That data is a wealth of network operations, network security and business insights.