Max Planck Institutes Rely on Allegro Packets for Network Troubleshooting
The Allegro Network Multimeter network analysis tool is now being used by the Max Planck Facilities and Institutes in Berlin / Brandenburg for network troubleshooting and long-term network security. These tools from Allegro Packets impressed the staff at these locations with their fast diagnostic capability, ease of use and portability.
The fifteen facilities of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (MPG) located in the Berlin/Brandenburg region are connected via the Joint Network Centre (GNZ) of the Berlin/Brandenburg Max Planck Institutes located at the Fritz Haber Institute.
An Allegro 1000, optimised for monitoring and troubleshooting for all environments with Gigabit and 10-Gigabit cabling has become an integral part of the IT architecture. Gerd Schnapka, head of the GNZ, explained in an interview which criteria led to the selection of the Allegro Network Multimeter.
What was decisive for the selection of the Allegro Packets solution?
How do you use the Allegro?
Have you already diagnosed vulnerabilities with the Allegro 1000?
The Allegro Network Multimeter measures network traffic from Layer 2 to 7 and displays it in real-time. With just a few clicks you can navigate from the dashboard to the most important parameters (most active protocols and IPs, largest connections, etc.) to unusual traffic. You can also examine previous incidents in detail using pcaps. The Allegro 1000 Series allow you to monitor the last 80,000 seen IP addresses and up to 32 million connections for retroactive debugging and investigation.
Link to original article published on Allegro Packets’s web pages: Allegro Packets Wins Max Planck Institutes as Customer