Today, enterprises need easy access to all of the bits, bytes and packets flowing through a network. And providing this accessibility is a critical piece of network design, says a new white paper from Garland Technology. The paper provides a networking user guide for Networks TAPs or traffic or test access points.
Today, there are two opposing approaches to network connectivity: SPAN ports vs. Network Test Access Points or Traffic Access Points (TAPs), which were first engineered in the 1970s. Which are you using? That’s the question a new whitepaper from Garland Technology asks. The report is an in-depth look into network visualization access.
Networks continue to grow. And as enterprises need to monitor an expanding number of network segments, or a large distributed network, challenges have arisen. According to a new report from Garland Technology, what these enterprises need is aggregation — which helps institutions secure and monitor their network.