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LiveAction Acquires Leading Packet Capture and Analytics Company Savvius, Inc.

LiveAction, a visionary provider of IT network management, visualization, and analytics software today announced the acquisition of Savvius, a leading provider of packet-capture and analytics appliances and forensic software solutions with the goal of creating the industry’s most advanced network performance monitoring and diagnostics platform.

Virtual Networking

SDN and NFV are paving the way towards fully virtualized infrastructure and software-defined data centers.

TruthinIT: Network performance monitoring and the application layer with Savvius

Network performance monitoring is evolving along with the rest of the datacenter. Network performance monitoring is moving up into the application layer because the need is there to see how the application affects the network and vice versa. This short 7 min video w/Savvius discusses what’s new with them, network performance monitoring, and where it’s headed in the future.

Network Visibility: A Conversation With Jay Botelho (Page 24)

Jay Botelho is the Head of Products at Savvius Inc. based in Walnut Creek, CA. Savvius is a technology company that provides network visibility to monitor performance of crucial networks and insure their reliability to support the business operations they serve.

What to Expect When Shifting to a Channel Sales Model

When we studied how our customers were using our products, we found they were frequently using them in conjunction with other solutions from companies like Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, Ixia, and Gigamon. To expand our customer base, we saw we needed to develop our ecosystem and teach customers how they could use our products together with products from these other vendors.

How to Prepare for and React to a Security Breach

Enterprise security teams have historically spent most of their time, human resources and money on defenses like firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) to protect and monitor the security of their networks. However, a quick look at the news will tell you that these barriers are far from foolproof. With breaches becoming more common (and costly), enterprise teams are turning to tools that help them respond quickly to security incidents as soon as the attack has been discovered.

Six Steps to Prepare for a Security Breach

Historically enterprise security teams have spent most of their time, human resources and money on defenses like firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) to protect and monitor the security of their networks.

How to Create NFV Environment in your Data Center

NFV makes IT infrastructure more flexible, scalable and cost-effective, but the complexity of these new networks makes network visibility, such as Network Performance Monitoring (NPM), a real challenge.