This presentation date is November 18, 2016 at 8:00 - 10:00 local time.
- Enterprise Solutions
- White Papers
- Ixia’s Visibility Architecture (Video)
- The Fixer Shows How Ixia Visibility Takes on the Hacker
Ixia Introduction with Marie Hattar
Marie Hattar, Chief Marketing Officer at Ixia, welcomes the Networking Field Day delegates, and introduces Ixia as a company. She charts Ixia’s position within their market, and then introduces the company’s products to give data visibility within a network.
Personnel: Marie Hattar
Ixia Visibility Fundamentals with Recep Ozdag
Recep Ozdag, VP of Product Management Visibility at Ixia, gives an overview of Ixia’s tools for security. Additionally he shows how Ixia’s Security and Monitoring Fabric can be used to coordinate the variety of disparate tools connecting the network with a single interface.
Personnel: Recep Ozdag
Ixia Vision One Platform with James Low
James Low, Senior Manager for Sales Engineering Development at Ixia, gives demos on the tools available with their Vision One platform. This starts with general configuration and proceeds to monitoring performance.
Personnel: James Low
Ixia Fabric Controller with James Low
James Low, Senior Manager for Sales Engineering Development at Ixia, demos how to use the Vision One controller as a Fabric Controller. This uses Cisco switches as aggregated packet brokers. The Fabric Controller can be used for instances with a high number of taps to derive high level insights. This functionality doesn’t require a separate Cisco Nexus Data Broker license, replying on OpenFlow instead.
Personnel: James Low
Ixia CloudLens Public with Kris Raney
Kris Raney, Senior Architect Cloud & Virtualization at Ixia, reviews their CloudLens Public offering with the delegates. This tool allows customers to see network visibility from public cloud providers. First, Kris reviews the overall challenges of doing this kind of monitoring from opaque services, and how Ixia is able to derive its insights. This is done with an installed Docker container agent.
Personnel: Kris Raney