Press Release Summary:
Supporting GigaStream(TM) trunking technology for traffic load balancing, Citrus(TM) 1.1 helps manage cross-box connectivity with GigaVUE platforms, incorporating hundreds of ports into network-wide Data Access Network fabric. Map rule and packet filtering window creates customized data streams for security and monitoring tools. In minutes, program can select and define map rules and filters, including IP address and port ranges, VLAN ID's, protocols, application ports, MAC addresses, and TCP ports.
Original Press Release:
Gigamon Releases Citrus(TM) 1.1 to Support New GigaStream(TM) Trunking Solution
Latest Version Allows Users to Manage Multiple Chassis from a Single-Browser Based GUI
SILICON VALLEY, Calif., Sept. 24 /- Gigamon, the leading global provider of intelligent data access networking(TM) products, today announced the release of Citrus(TM) 1.1, which supports Gigamon's innovative GigaStream(TM) technology. Users can now manage multiple GigaVUE in a single browser-based GUI.
Along with GigaStream, a trunking technology for traffic load balancing, Citrus 1.1 helps manage cross-box connectivity with any of the GigaVUE platforms, incorporating hundreds of ports into a network-wide Data Access Network fabric. Citrus 1.1 features a new map rule and packet filtering window that creates customized data streams for security and monitoring tools. In a matter of minutes, Citrus 1.1 can easily select and define map rules and filters, including IP address and port ranges, VLAN ID's, protocols, application ports, MAC addresses and TCP ports. The total number of line rate filters has increased to up to 4,000 per chassis. Gigamon has also introduced a new stacking window that shows all connected chassis, indicates chassis type, box ID, hardware type and connectivity status.
"Citrus provides a secure management interface for allowing or denying user-defined filters on both ingress and egress ports. Our powerful packet filtering engine streamlines specific traffic from many different core segments in the enterprise or data center network and aggregates that traffic to one or many security tools," said Patrick Leong, Gigamon CTO.
Since 2005, enterprise network managers and IT security professionals have depended on Gigamon's GigaVUE "orange boxes" to aggregate, filter and replicate customized data streams to all monitoring tools. Gigamon provides access to any network segment at any speed including 10 Gig connections. Upon being installed, GigaVUE can aggregate data from multiple segments, filter on specific information within each packet and direct it to all tools needing that information. Gigamon recently became the industry's first and only NEBS (Network Equipment Building Systems) certified data access switch.
Gigamon delivers intelligent data access solutions to enhance monitoring of service provider and enterprise data centers. The company's world-renowned GigaVUE "orange boxes" aggregate, filter and replicate customized data streams to all monitoring tools. Gigamon pioneered technology for multi-tool environments to address new demands for reporting and analyzing organizational data. Now in its third generation with global deployments in more than 40 countries and 90 percent market share for intelligent data access, Gigamon's GigaVUE platform is the only proven, fully-integrated, total solution for all data access needs. Gigamon's patented technology enables companies to realize day one ROI by increasing tool value and operational efficiencies. GigaVUE ensures seamless and controlled delivery of the right data at the right time to the right tools. Organizations deploying Gigamon solutions achieve greater uptime, reduce threat vulnerability and improve regulatory compliance. For more information about Gigamon and its award-winning solutions, visit www.gigamon.com.