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(This article first appeared on Gigamon’s blog on April 20, 2015.)
In its predictions for 2015, Gartner posits that “today’s digital business must act rapidly to respond to fundamental changes in competitive challenges, customer demands and technology use models — all happening simultaneously”. Agility is no longer an option; it is a building block for modern IT.
At Gigamon, we have always had a singular focus on visibility. Visibility that uncovers blind spots, detects threats that are lurking somewhere in the infrastructure, helps security administrators and networks administrators to detect issues proactively before their clients/users report them. The formidable reach of our Unified Visibility Fabric becomes even more appealing when one considers the vast ecosystem of technology partners that we work with to deliver accurate, intelligent access to network traffic and flow records in real-time. Visibility is undoubtedly the foundation to detect blind spots and hidden threats in the infrastructure.
But what if the applications and various IT applications/appliances that receive traffic from the Visibility Fabric also had a way to dynamically respond to events they detect by programming the Visibility Fabric without waiting for administrative intervention? What if, for instance, a security appliance detects a threat pattern and had the capability to auto-adjust traffic to react and respond to threats? That is the motivation behind a new paradigm that we are launching today at RSA 2015 called ‘Software-Defined Visibility’ (SDV). SDV exposes a programmatic interface to the entire Visibility Fabric using open REST-based Application Programmer Interfaces (APIs).
Read the full article on Gigamon’s blog.