It’s a multi-cloud, cost-containment world, according to this Kentik report. The report analyzes responses from 310 executive and technical-level attendees at the recent AWS user conference.
Service providers and large enterprises have internal and external customers who are always clamoring for details about what’s happening on the network. Good news! My Kentik enables curated, self-service network traffic analytics for all of your downstream customers.
Cloud visibility is critical, at any scale, so that applications stay performant, reliable, and secure. In this brief, we discuss how analytics from Kentik provide an understanding of the network behavior of your applications and services across hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
With physical network infrastructure moving to the cloud, it’s easy to think that networks are instantly faster, more reliable, limitless, and cheap. This fallacy is one of the biggest drivers of cloud deployment mistakes. Learn how to avoid the top network-related cloud deployment mistakes.
As as the move to cloud accelerates, 451 Research examines the trends behind the massive land grab for applications & workloads, and what service providers are doing to address rising complexities. Learn the top cloud transformation trends for 2019.
Kentik’s 2018 survey of more than 500 network pros exposes the top networking trends, concerns and challenges in today’s enterprise and provides insight into the strategies and technologies your fellow networking professionals are using to address network automation, visibility, availability, sec...
If you need cloud visibility, check out this 6-minute podcast from Packet Pushers. Podcast host Ethan Banks says Kentik’s cloud monitoring approach is “an easy-to-comprehend display of useful data.”
Cloud and edge providers supporting the media and entertainment industry must be always-on to maintain superior services for customers and end-customers (gamers, readers, viewers). That’s why G-Core Labs enlisted help from Kentik’s powerful network analytics platform.
Avi Freedman joins Ethan Banks and Greg Ferro on a Packet Pushers podcast to discuss the difficulty of getting visibility in the cloud and on provider networks and how Kentik can help.
With VPC Flow Logs from Amazon AWS, Kentik gives you a 360° view to keep your applications performant, reliable, and secure. See how our modern analytics platform understands the network behavior of every application and service, regardless of how they’re deployed.
At NFD 19, our Co-founder and CEO Avi Freedman kicked off the event with his take on how networks are changing. He also gave an update on what is new in our network analytics platform for service providers and to support cloud infrastructure and automation.
At NFD 19, we demoed our network analytics developments for service providers, including OTT Service Tracking, CDN Attribution, Subscriber Tracking, and the My Kentik portal for internal and downstream customers.
At NFD 19, we demoed Kentik for cloud and cloud-native environments, including a look at our Google Cloud and Amazon AWS developments. This included a conversation on why VPC Flow Logs are critical for maintaining cloud visibility.
In a technical talk during NFD 19, our Co-founder and CEO Avi Freedman discussed how to go beyond the basics to contextualize network data for enrichment. He also talked about how to gain insights from network traffic through tagging.
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a tool for learning about network monitoring and visibility topics such as flow-based traffic analytics (NetFlow, sFlow, and IPFIX), network performance monitoring (NPM), BGP peering, big data, and SaaS.