It-sa-premiere: 100 GBit/s- mobile network analysis
Package Analysis Specialist Allegro Packets introduces Network Troubleshooting Appliance for Large Data Centers
Leipzig, 04.10.2017 - Allegro Packets presents the world's first mobile network analysis solution for 100G networks at this year's IT security trade fair it-sa. "The Allegro 3000 is the result of the consistent development of our portable problem diagnosis tools. Now 1G, 10G, 40G and 100G links can be analyzed simultaneously in one device", says Klaus Degner, founder and CEO of Allegro Packets.
The Allegro Network Multimeter is a mobile network debugger that allows network administrators to detect and resolve network errors in minutes. In addition to the Allegro 200 and 1000 for smaller offices and office buildings, the Allegro 3000 is now available as a tool for data centers with large data volumes up to 100-Gigabit-Ethernet-networks.
All variants of the Allegro Network Multimeter analyze and correlate layer 2 to 7 of the network traffic in real and past time. "We orient ourselves to the latest technical standards", explains Klaus Degner. "Our ambition was and is to develop a mobile version for all needs. The demand from various customers encourages us in our efforts."
Network analysis rethought
Allegro Packets' monitoring appliances enable selective Pcap extraction and accelerate the network troubleshooter many times over. Via the system-independent web interface, all network traffic can be recorded intuitively and analyzed down to milliseconds.
All units are also available as a 1U rack version (Allegro 1200/Allegro 3200), with the exception of the portable Allegro 200 entry-level model. The features, which include real-time analysis immediately after commissioning, long storage capacity, variable installation options and e-mail alerts, are identical for all models. The differences are in data performance, storage options and connectivity.
During the it-sa, Europe's most important IT security trade fair, companies can find out more about the performance and functions of Allegro Network Multimeters in Hall 10 - Stand 514. Network traffic can be analyzed in real time via live demo.
In addition, Klaus Degner welcomes all interested parties to his lecture "Network analysis newly conceived - high data rates, real-time and mobile" on the technology stage in Hall 10, Wednesday at 4.15 pm.
This year's it-sa will take place from 10 to 12 October in Nuremberg.