Best Practices and Use Cases for Network Visibility
Network visibility enables information technology (IT) teams to quickly isolate security threats and resolve performance issues, ultimately ensuring the best possible end-user experience. The easiest way to accomplish network visibility is to implement a visibility architecture—which is an end-to-end infrastructure that enables physical and virtual network, application, and security visibility. Once the architecture is in place, you can implement the various different solutions, i.e. use cases, that you need.
This white paper (and the companion book The Definitive Guide to Visibility Use Cases) provide various examples of how to leverage a visibility architecture. This includes examples of how to improve network security, reduce costs, improve reliability, speed up troubleshooting, remove blind spots, optimize network performance, and strengthen regulatory compliance initiatives.