How to manage network security according to Cobit certification with IP Fabric platform
The Cobit stands for “Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology”. Primarily it was mainly focused on auditing, specifically helping financial auditors navigate IT environments. Now it is the leading framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT. It includes breadth of tools, resources and guidance. Its main value is in leveraging proven practices to inspire IT innovation and fuel business success.
IP Fabric Technical Product Demo
Today we will go through a quick demonstration of the IP Fabric platform and its main features. The IP Fabric platform is the network management system that helps companies to empower network engineers and teams to discover, verify, and document large scale networks within minutes.
How to manage network security according to ISO 27001 certification with IP Fabric platform
International standard or ISO 27001 certification is helping organizations to better understand network and security area administration. It also defines models for increasing network and security resilience and other features. To begin with, the network infrastructure has become more and more important for many organizations….
Modifying filters and views
It’s been very fruitful last weeks and months, new releases of IP Fabric platform are leaving the factory at its pace. Very big thank to all our engineers and developers for new updates, well-thought upgrades and long hours spent on the project, it’s been a…
What’s new in the IP Fabric platform v2.0
The IP Fabric platform 2.0 is a major new version of the network engineer’s best friend. A number of big changes and customer feedback have made it into the release. From tracking all changes in the network to supporting more networking technologies, and going deeper…
Evaluating network performance using loss and topology awareness
Monitoring loss in a specific flow or service is precise but has a number of inherent disadvantages, such as that it must be explicitly provisioned, that the resulting measurement only tells information about a single service path, and that there is no specific information of where the loss occurred or what caused it.