Elevating network success with telemetry
Network Telemetry refers to both the data itself and the techniques and processes used to generate, export, collect, and consume that data for use by potentially automated management applications. It extends beyond the classical network Operations, Administration, and Management (OAM) techniques and expects to support better flexibility, scalability, accuracy, coverage, and performance.
5 things you should know about predictive analytics in networking
Networking complexity is growing every day. When applied to advanced networks, predictive analytics helps reduce complexity by using AI/ML to vastly improve the user and application experience.
Catalyst 9000 Simplifies Network-Based Threat Detection Using Inline Security Telemetry
The capability to stream full telemetry information directly from Catalyst switches provides operational status of the network as well as Deep Packet Inspection of traffic flows so that Cisco DNA Center can detect the true purposes of device-to-device communications and thwart the spread of attacks on IoT devices.
Future Focused: Encryption and Visibility Can Co-Exist
Privacy and security are in constant tension. Hiding internet activity strengthens privacy—but also makes it easier for bad actors to infiltrate the network.
Detecting and Responding to SolarWinds Infrastructure Attack with Cisco Secure Analytics
Sunburst exposed a weak link in our supply chain. Now what? Read our new blog and learn how visibility is the first step to identify all network resources, especially rogue and forgotten servers that could leave an open door for attackers. And the next step? Well, we cover that too with a complete “How to Guide” with Secure Analytics.
Hot off the press: Introducing OpenConfig Telemetry on NX-OS with gNMI and Telegraf!
Learn how to set up streaming telemetry with gNMI on your Cisco Nexus switches and stream it to an open source collector.
The Importance of the Network in Detecting Incidents in Critical Infrastructure
As we saw in my last blog the network plays a key role in defending critical infrastructure and IoT. The devices that we are connecting drive our business, enabling us to make smarter decisions and gain greater efficiency through digitization. But how do we ensure the connected devices are acting as intended?
It’s time to move away from SNMP and CLI and use Model-Driven Telemetry
Traditional features such as SNMP, CLI, and Syslog, used for collecting operational statistics from a network, have several restrictions due to the growth of the objects like IoT devices and cloud based applications. SNMP uses the pull model when retrieving data from a switch. This model cannot scale for today’s high-density platforms, and offers very […]