Endace launches petabyte network recording appliance

Endace announced the launch of its new 9200 Series EndaceProbe Analytics Platform. With built-in compression, and patented Smart Truncation, the 9200 Series can record more than a petabyte of network traffic at a sustained 40Gbps.

In order to investigate and respond to security threats and performance issues, many organizations rely on recorded network packet history. The new EndaceProbe 9200 Series delivers a boost in packet storage density, extending the depth of Network History that can be recorded for analysis.

New search algorithms enable searching across multiple stacks of EndaceProbes and petabytes of Network History. Now analysts can find packets in seconds rather than hours, anywhere on the global network.

“Endace’s new network recording appliance represents a ground-breaking advance for security teams,” said David Monahan, Managing Research Director, Security and Risk Management at Enterprise Management Associates.

“EMA research shows that the demand for full packet capture for cybersecurity and application troubleshooting is increasing but capture speed, storage requirements and search speed have been hindrances to adoption. With the ability to reach 200 gigabits sustained capture rate, five petabytes of storage in half a rack and fast search and retrieval, Endace has removed the previous barriers to adoption.”

Like all EndaceProbe Analytics Platforms, hosting capability is built into the 9200 Series, allowing customers to host their choice of security and performance monitoring solutions from Endace’s Fusion Partners, open source solutions or their own custom applications.

“The new 9200 Series gives customers the depth of Network History and fast search they need,” said Stuart Wilson, Endace’s CEO.

“Integrating that Network History with all their security tools gives them rapid and complete visibility into threats, and with triple the hosting capacity the 9200 is an ideal solution for governments and large enterprises.”

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Endace launches petabyte network recording appliance