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  1. 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: 13

  2. 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: 13

  3. VPN and visibility: the paradox of secure networking

    Secure connectivity provided by Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) enables enterprises to keep their users connected to enterprise resources. Real-time insights into VPN traffic help enterprises manage not just their own VPN services, but also third-party VPN traffic traversing their networks. This blog post discusses how deep packet inspection (DPI) delivers these insights and how enterprises can use these insights for enhanced performance and security of their networks.

    Blog post Score: 12

  4. Product portfolio

    Networks of today are becoming more and more complex. As an agile software company, we provide future-proof products that deliver comprehensive visibility into network traffic and subscriber activity. With our unique expertise in deep packet inspection and DPI-powered analytics, our products respond to the challenges faced by our customers of all sizes and industries. In our product section, you can find on overview of the products we offer to achieve real-time layer 7 visibility and application awareness either as an OEM software solution to be integrated into your telco network analytics, traffic management or cybersecurity solutions or as an end-to-end solution to achieve telco business intelligence for network operators and service providers.

    Page Score: 6

  5. Company

    ipoque is a leading provider of OEM deep packet inspection (DPI) software and DPI-based IP classification. Our DPI engine R&S PACE delivers comprehensive visibility
    into network activity, empowering companies worldwide to transform raw IP data into business intelligence. ipoque stands for embedded DPI-based IP classification to achieve network visibility and intelligence for a safer and connected world.

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  6. vCPE and uCPE: How much cloud do we really need?

    CPE virtualization abolishes proprietary hardware, vendor lock-in, congested rack space and expensive on-site maintenance. How has the cloud transformed CPE and what are the CPE deployment models that best fit today’s diverse traffic? This blog post discusses virtualized CPE (vCPE) and universal CPE (uCPE) in the context of how DPI enables the development of network architectures that are aligned to today’s traffic needs. It illustrates in detail how deep intelligence on traffic and applications enables the optimization of CPE architecture covering options that include on-premises, data center and cloud deployments and the assessment of these options in terms of overall cost, network efficiency and application performance.

    Blog post Score: 3

  7. Whitepaper: DPI and 5G

    This whitepaper examines the granular classification capability of DPI and how this helps network operators to manage an array of new applications and services introduced by 5G. It also uncovers the need for application awareness and detailed traffic analytics across various network services to support 5G’s new features, such as network slicing and edge computing. Find out how DPI-empowered real-time traffic classification information feeds into the network to support the implementation of these advanced features.

    Whitepaper Score: 2

  8. Telco business intelligence

    Our end-to-end IP network analytics solution provides telco business intelligence to communication service providers. Transform your raw network data into intelligence and make informed business decisions with our DPI-enabled real-time analytics solution. Gain granular visibility of your mobile or fixed network empowering you to optimize your network and increase overall business efficiency.

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  9. Advanced DPI engine R&S®PACE 2

    The application classification and metadata extraction software R&S®PACE 2 is the best performing advanced deep packet inspection software on the market. When R&S®PACE 2 is embedded in networking and security products it adds real-time network traffic and application visibility up to layer 7. Our advanced deep packet inspection tool classifies thousands of applications and protocols, provides content and metadata extraction and delivers metrics and heuristics from IP traffic, even when faced with advanced obfuscation and encryption techniques. R&S®PACE 2 enhances network monitoring, network analytics and security solutions such as firewalls, routers, SD-WAN solutions, IoT gateways and is a critical enabler for a more secure, reliable and efficient network.

    Product Score: 1

  10. Solutions

    ipoque offers customizable and future-proof solutions that deliver comprehensive visibility of network activity. Our solutions analyze and classify network traffic efficiently despite encryption and obfuscation and help to ensure the highest connectivity and security.

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