I think there’s a real problem today for anyone looking to migrate applications to new infrastructures such as Colocation Private Infrastructure, Private Cloud or Public Cloud. In order to do that you really need to understand the application flows across your network, so you can build a policy associated with that. A discussion about Cisco Tetration Analytics and how it resolves these problems.
There’s a number of applications for security around Cisco Tetration Analytics. In the first instance, it allows you to create a baseline of your environment, so when you see some deviation or road flows that you don’t understand then you know you most likely have a security problem or something that needs be closed down. There’s also the ability to automate the implementation of security either by creating files that you push in the environment or allowing Tetration to directly control the workloads and security policies.
It allows you to collect an enormous amount of data and search across that data in a very short space of time. For example, it will collect up to million events per second and allows you to search through billions of events in under a minute.
Cisco Tetration Analytics provides a number of security applications and allows you to collect and search across an enormous amount of data.