Well, it’s that time of year again. The snow is finally off the ground in most of the New England area, opening day of Major League Baseball has come around, but most importantly, it’s Interop time in Las Vegas. This year’s Interop is about a month earlier than Interop of years past, but the activity from the show seems just as high. One of the more interesting announcements I saw from the first couple of days is Gigamon’s Multi Purpose Visibility Fabric Node.
Gigamon, the market leader in traffic visibility, announced the upcoming release of the GigaVUE-HC2 modular fabric node for the Services Layer of the company’s Visibility Fabric. The modularity of the product makes pervasive visibility easier to achieve. Today, visibility requires a number of different components, such as TAPs, packet modification, high-density ports, and intelligent packet modification.
Gigamon’s new GigaVUE-HC2 solves this problem with a modular product that can make it easier to deploy a visibility fabric in a highly complex network environment. The product is a compact 2RU, rack-mountable appliance, so it can be deployed in even the densest environments.