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  1. Reinstating cloud visibility with deep packet inspection

    Deep packet inspection software delivers cloud visibility by equipping analytics intermediaries with application awareness which can be used to select and forward cloud traffic to a wide range of monitoring, security and network management tools. For distributed applications hosted and delivered from different clouds, the analysis provided by R&S®PACE 2 ensures that no gaps are left unattended in managing and delivering critical applications. Likewise, R&S®PACE 2 enables further optimization of cloud security management by coupling inspection of traffic anomalies with application awareness.

    Blog post Score: 21

  2. Vector visibility: Why DPI is a must for vector packet processing

    Network traffic visibility, specifically application awareness, plays a key role in vector packet processing (VPP). It forms the basis for protocol or application-aware vectoring – that means, the creation of vectors where packets of similar attributes are batched together. It also enables a more efficient load balancing of packets within a forwarding graph. This article discusses VPP for software-based network functions such as VNFs and CNFs. It looks at how traffic awareness delivered by DPI software enhances VPP in the high-throughput classification of vectors, realigning VPP graphs to current traffic needs and managing VPP security.

    Blog post Score: 10

  3. Keeping containers and pods safe in the cloud: How network visibility helps

    The architecture of microservices often results in an expanded attack surface of cloud-native applications. However, security risks and vulnerabilities inherent in container environments can be mitigated using real-time packet visibility. Find out more about the role of deep packet inspection (DPI) for container network security in the context of microservices and cloud-native applications.

    Blog post Score: 9

  4. Enhancing network visibility for SD-WAN in the era of cloud and SaaS

    One of the most touted benefits of SD-WAN is the execution of network policies via dynamic provisioning of network services such as firewalls, load balancers and session controllers. With SD-WAN, centrally controlled orchestrators can now control network functions remotely, allowing network services to respond instantaneously to the type of application that is being delivered. However, to respond to the demands of the traffic and dynamically provision network services by application types, networks require network visibility through application awareness. Identifying an application, its attribute or its application family allows networks to become intelligent enforcing corresponding policies.

    Blog post Score: 8

  5. Rohde & Schwarz launches VPP-native OEM DPI engine R&S®vPACE to drive network traffic visibility for cloud computing environments

    Leipzig, Germany — April 20, 2022 — ipoque GmbH, a Rohde & Schwarz company, today announced the launch of R&S®vPACE, its vector packet processing (VPP)-native deep packet inspection (DPI) engine designed specifically to meet the IP traffic visibility needs in cloud computing environments. As a cloud-optimized module, R&S®vPACE powers virtualized and cloud-native functions (VNFs/CNFs) such as 5G user plane functions with real-time, deep traffic insights.

    Press release Score: 7

  6. DPI-enhanced CASB for tighter security in the cloud

    As a middleman negotiating traffic flows between users on the ground and applications in the cloud, the importance of the cloud access security broker (CASB) continues to grow. But to be able to provide real-time insights, end-to-end visibility and accurate detection of threats and anomalies, DPI engines such as R&S®PACE 2 are a critical addition. By combining the capabilities of both the CASB and DPI, enterprises are sure to be safe as they move their work to the cloud.

    Blog post Score: 3

  7. Barracuda firewalls rely on R&S®PACE 2

    Barracuda’s cloud-ready firewalls use the deep packet inspection (DPI) engine R&S®PACE 2 to achieve reliable application visibility. This allows them to control network traffic and to facilitate the secure delivery of critical cloud business applications.

    Case Study Score: 1

  8. Unified secure SD-WAN needs DPI. Why?

    Multi-cloud architectures are helping enterprises deliver the agility and flexibility required to bring applications closer to their users. How can the security of this multi-cloud approach be ensured? This article summarizes the vulnerabilities of multi-cloud architectures and explains how DPI-enriched network intelligence and real-time visibility enable the implementation of a unified secure SD-WAN.

    Blog post Score: 1

  9. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity DPI Solution Enables Security and Traffic Control of Critical Enterprise Cloud Applications

    Barracuda’s cloud-ready firewalls utilize the deep packet inspection (DPI) engine R&S PACE 2 to achieve reliable application visibility which allows for controlling network traffic and facilitating the secure delivery of critical cloud business applications.

    Press release Score: 0

  10. Product brochure R&S®vPACE

    With the shift to cloud-based networking, new computing methods driven by the performance and scalability needs of such environments are rapidly being adopted. The use of VPP, a cloud-optimized methodology based on batch processing of IP packets and a locally stored vertex memory cache, significantly improves speeds and latency. By using VPP, R&S®vPACE combines the advancements in cloud computing with the reliability and accuracy of its market-leading DPI techniques to deliver unparalleled, real-time traffic insights for virtualized and cloud-native functions (VNF/CNF) as well as 5G user plane functions (UPF) hosted and managed in the cloud.

    Brochure Score: 0