Hyperscale deployments are characterized by continuous configuration changes based on demand. While resource pooling and elastic scale are part of the cloud value proposition, the ability to monitor virtual traffic flows at the same scale has been limited. Ixia’s CloudLens platform will provide the framework for virtual taps and data filtering to meet the elastic demands of cloud customers in a multi-tenant self-serve model. Using products in the CloudLens platform, users will be able to deploy a highly scalable traffic monitoring system in a matter of minutes, not hours or days.
The CloudLens platform is expected to include products with powerful embedded automation capabilities that enable virtual taps and analysis tools to automatically shift to changes in demand or failures without the need for operator in-the-loop actions. Virtualizing the analysis tools directly in the customer’s cloud will also provide a significant bandwidth saving option to customers who do not want to tunnel their virtual data back to centralized physical analysis tools.
“The CloudLens platform is a game changer for cloud deployments,” said
Today, the CloudLens platform supports OpenStack KVM, VMWare ESXi, and NSX, and is expected to support Microsoft Hyper-V later this quarter. The CloudLens platform offers multiple tapping products, and its tunneling functionality includes GRE, VLAN, and ERSPAN. In addition, the CloudLens platform will offer comprehensive flexibility for deployments in private, public, and hybrid clouds.
The CloudLens platform incorporates several previously released
“The CloudLens platform is a true reflection of what
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