Network engineers agree that a network TAP is the only guarantee to receive 100% packets flowing through the network.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) October 23, 2015
Garland Technology, the leading network TAP manufacturer, reviews frequently asked questions regarding the difference of network TAPs and network packet brokers in their new white paper titled, Maximizing Visibility, Understanding the Role of Network TAPs, Packet Brokers and Hybrid Solutions.
Network engineers agree that a network TAP is the only guarantee to receive 100% packets flowing through the network. But when is a network TAP enough and when is it not enough?
Download the new Maximizing Visibility white paper to find out when a network TAP is enough. And when you need to add additional functionality like load balancing, aggregating, filtering and when an all in 1U solution may be the logical step in your networks evolution.
About Garland Technology
Garland Technology guarantees precise data monitoring capabilities for enterprise networks with no added point of failure. Garland's line of Test Access Points (TAPs) are the foundation to all network monitoring by delivering access to all data for security, network visualization, network performance monitoring, forensics, deep packet capture, data leakage, and compliance.