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48 results for: "real-time traffic classification"


  1. First packet classification in an encrypted world

    As new encryption technologies proliferate, caching-based first packet classification used in DPI will become increasingly ineffective in identifying the underlying applications and services. As a result, there is an urgent need to develop advanced DPI methods, leveraging machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) to ensure applications and services are effectively and accurately identified

    Blog post Score: 4

  2. Whitepaper: DPI and 5G

    DPI’s granular classification capabilities help network operators manage an array of new applications and services introduced by 5G. Application awareness and detailed traffic analytics are key for various network services to support 5G's new features, such as network slicing and edge computing. Deep packet inspection technology empowers real-time traffic classification, feeding information into the network to support the implementation of these advanced features.

    Whitepaper Score: 1

  3. SD-WAN application security through DPI intelligence

    Find out how real-time DPI classification by R&S®PACE 2, the industry-leading DPI software, including behavioral, heuristical, and statistical analysis, helps to secure SD-WAN networks enabling SD-WAN vendors to face multiple challenges such as enabling modern networks to manage company traffic policies on allowed or blocked traffic as well as managing obfuscated traffic flows. Read about the benefits of embedding ipoque's DPI engine within Nubewell's smart SD-WAN solution to achieve enhanced SD-WAN security with reduced time to market.

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  4. 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

  5. R&S®PACE 2 - First packet classification

    First packet classification refers to the accurate and reliable classification of the very first packet of a flow, instead of waiting for at least 3 to 5 packets before the underlying application is identified. To enable first packet classification the advanced OEM DPI engine R&S®PACE 2 offers advanced caching techniques built on the intelligence developed from traditional DPI methods. This enables traffic policies to be meted out on the first packet itself, and implemented across all other ensuing packets for consistency, application-wide.

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  6. Deep packet inspection for firewall vendors

    In the era of cloud applications, network firewalls have to be more than just security devices. They must also ensure users have uninterrupted network availability and robust access to cloud-hosted applications. Deep packet inspection (DPI) is the key technology they need to become the crucial factor in ensuring availability and security on distributed networks. DPI can search for protocol non-compliance, viruses, spam, intrusions, or defined criteria to decide whether the packet may pass or if it needs to be routed to a different destination. This makes it a critical tool for advanced IT security.

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  7. DPI for SIEM and threat intelligence solutions

    Threat intelligence solutions like SIEMs are widely deployed by security analysts to protect sensitive network assets from the most advanced cyber threats. With about 7 billion internet-connected devices (according to data from IoT Analytics) next-generation SIEMs need to tackle the latest security breaches with advanced analytics. The challenge is in managing SIEM solutions to eliminate false positives and sort through the massive amount of data they supply quickly and efficiently. DPI-powered protocol and application classification by R&S®PACE 2 adds valuable real-time information as SIEM vendors can obtain real-time visibility into both plain and encrypted network traffic, as well as information on traffic KPIs.

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  8. How DPI Drives Monetization in the 5G Era

    Nov 21, 2019 - In the era of 5G, DPI’s role in providing network intelligence through fine-grained analytics is expected to be a major driver for monetization. The critical capability of DPI to identify each application in real time allows mobile operators to route traffic along different network slices using 5G’s network slicing capability. This article on explains the many ways in which DPI’s metadata identification and classification capabilities drive monetization.

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  9. DPI-driven application and protocol classification

    As the internet is at the center of more and more business, application awareness will be needed even more to enable optimal distribution of network content. New and intensified security threats will emerge as business and commerce virtualize. This article discusses how an advanced DPI engine featuring port-based matching, pattern matching and encrypted traffic intelligence can enhance the monitoring performance, security and monetization of networks.

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  10. Managing HetNets: How application awareness drives intelligent mobile data offloading decisions

    Mobile data offloading helps operators optimize network capacity, improve network performance, enhance service quality and provide ubiquitous connectivity. Deep packet inspection is key in enabling intelligent traffic offloading: It offers real-time identification of the underlying traffic — whether it is latency-sensitive, mission-critical or bandwidth-intensive — paving the way for enhanced network performance, and service quality.

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