Scrutinizer 7.5 Network Analysis Suite FOSE Debut

Plixer will show Scrutinizer 7.5 at FOSE.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 24, 2010
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Plixer International has partnered with The Winvale Group to host the debut of Scrutinizer 7.5, the company's network-wide monitoring and reporting solution, at FOSE 2010. According to the news release on PR Newswire, Scrutinizer 7.5 delivers comprehensive network-wide monitoring and reporting solution to enable the efficient management of network traffic over NetFlow, sFlow, Netstream, jFlow, and other protocols.


"Plixer will offer live demos of Scrutinizer 7.5 at the Winvale booth #2516 throughout the FOSE event, March 23-25 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Plixer recently worked with Winvale to secure a GSA schedule, which makes Plixer's industry-leading network traffic monitoring and diagnostic solutions infinitely more accessible to government agencies. Plixer representatives will be on hand to discuss how Scrutinizer can help agencies ensure efficient network data flow to ward off crippling network failures, even across disparate facilities with varying bandwidth allocations.

"Scrutinizer 7.5 delivers the most comprehensive network-wide monitoring and reporting solution to enable the effective and efficient management of network traffic over NetFlow, sFlow, Netstream, jFlow, and other protocols. Scrutinizer analyzes and reports on top applications, conversations, flows, protocols, domains and geographic parameters across dozens of routers and switches. Exclusive to Scrutinizer 7.5, The Matrix graphical NetFlow visualization view provides a circular graphical view of the top hosts to illustrate at a glance which nodes are communicating with each other, providing a more intuitive, dynamic view of network traffic with color-coded path lines to illustrate incoming and outgoing traffic."

Read the News Release at PR Newswire

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