Keysight’s launches ‘Vision Edge 1S’ to ehance network visibility

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business has released Vision Edge 1S (E1S) visibility solution. This new solution combines network packet broker functionality with application and synthetic monitoring in a single appliance which company claim will deliver network visibility to remote sites and edge computing.

Citing Gartner report, the company said that processing of data is rapidly moving to the edge. According to research firm, by 2022, more than 50% of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed outside the data center or cloud. Computing assets at the edge of an enterprise need to be monitored for performance as well as security vulnerabilities.

“The growth of edge computing places a new burden on enterprises to understand what is happening at remote sites,” said Recep Ozdag, vice president, product management in Keysight’s Ixia Solutions Group.

“While edge computing puts resources where they are needed, gaps can emerge in a company’s monitoring and security infrastructure. Vision Edge 1S fills those gaps with an impressively cost-effective, yet powerful combination of a network packet broker and application performance monitoring solution,” said Ozdag.

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