Blind spots in private and multi-cloud environments make it harder to identify risks and resolve security and performance issues.
GigaVUE® V Series nodes, part of GigaVUE Cloud Suite, solves these visibility challenges. Deployed in any public or private cloud environment, they acquire, aggregate, filter, process, and distribute traffic to the security and observability tools of your choice. You get:
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V Series observability nodes deployed in VPCs work to aggregate, process, and distribute selected traffic to tools. Extend V Series capabilities with GigaSMART® applications, such as De-duplication, Advanced Flow Slicing, Application Filtering Intelligence, and Application Metadata Intelligence.
Flexibly Acquire Cloud Traffic
Send traffic to GigaVUE V Series through native packet mirroring and gateway load balancers, or by using Gigamon G-vTAP and Universal Container TAP (UCT).
Centralized Processing and Optimization
GigaVUE V Series employs Flow Mapping®, load balancing, packet deduplication, Advanced Flow Slicing, NetFlow generation and traffic filtering by applications to further reduce irrelevant traffic to ease tool burden and sprawl.
Automated Scaling and Orchestration
Patented Automatic Target Selection lets you dynamically extract and deliver traffic as new workload instances spin up. Use Ansible, native tools, or GigaVUE-FM fabric manager to auto-scale visibility in ever-changing cloud environments.
The industry's first pervasive visibility solution for mission-critical workloads in AWS.
Gigamon extends GigaVUE Cloud Suite for Azure.
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The GigaVUE V Series allows us to see East-West traffic — not just traffic coming in and out of the organization. Now we see traffic within the organization.”
“One of CME Group’s top priorities is ensuring we are ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting the integrity of our data. GigaVUE Cloud Suite for AWS allows us to benefit from the cost efficiencies and security of a cloud solution, while standardizing our solutions across our cloud and on-premise solutions.”