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Latest post on No Jitter:25 April 2017, 3:22 amGiven the massive size and scale of AWS, Connect certainly has some potential -- over the long haul.
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Latest post on Network World:25 April 2017, 3:08 pm<article> <section class="page"> <p>Earlier this month <a href="https://www.ixiacom.com/visibility-as-a-service" target="_blank">Ixia announced an update to its CloudLens product</a> where it could now provide visibility into public clouds. Ixia wasn’t the first packet broker vendors to roll out a solution that extends the visibility infrastructure to the cloud. That honor goes to Gigamon, which announced the general availability of its visibility platform for Amazon Web Services.</p><p>Over the past few years, the packet broker space has heated up, as customers are feeling the pain of running distributed environments and have brought in more network management and security tools. Packet brokers effectively create a middleware layer that sits between the network and tools and makes it significantly easier to deploy best-of-breed tools. Now that IT departments are aggressively expanding to the cloud, it makes sense that the visibility tier would need to as well.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/3192393/cloud-computing/ixia-goes-native-to-build-its-cloud-visibility-solution.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here</a></p></section></article>