Resources for Network Infrastructure, Monitoring, and Analytics
- MantisNet Overview | A high-level overview into MantisNet's product offering and solutions. Download our Product Overview Presentation here.
- Test Automation | Are you really capturing traffic of interest through WireShark? Download our datasheet, Feed The Shark, to learn more about MantisNet solutions for Test Lab environments.
- 100G Network Monitoring | Download our 100G Monitoring datasheet to find out how to deal with the high speed "dilemma."
- Network Test Access Ports (TAP) | The cornerstone of understanding what is going on within any network. Download our Network TAPS datasheet, and check out the SPAN Ports vs. TAPS blog post.
- Intelligent Patch Panel (IPP) | A distributed switching system that dramatically changes the game for test, automation, and monitoring applications. Download our IPP datasheet here.
- Reconfigurable Frame Processor (RFP) | The virtual distribution hub that helps network engineers better understand what is going on in the network. Download our RFP datasheet, and check out the MantisNet RFP blog post.
- Next Generation Reconfigurable Frame Processor (RFP-NG) | The latest high-speed version of the RFP boasts a flexible optical interface, allowing users to access, filter, and monitor network traffic running at 10/25/40/50/100G. Download our RFP-NG datasheet.
- Programmable Packet Engine (PPE) | The real-time network processing platform that enables users to take a radically different approach to network monitoring. Download our PPE datasheet.
- Account Takeover (ATO) Fraud and Credential Stuffing are some of the fastest growing threats. View our Demo to find out how to Identify and Take Action Against ATO Fraud.
- If your current network security systems are too slow to respond, and you are missing key indicators of compromise (IoC), then watch our Demo to find out How Streaming DNS Metadata can function as a building block for real-time network defense.
- While the Use Case videos provide excellent insight into the "how" of protecting a network, we want to answer some specific questions you may have regarding the Prorammable Packet Engine (PPE) on our PPE FAQ page.
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