Issue OverviewNetwork Evolution - October 2011 Vol. 2, No. 5
Read about how networking professionals view applications and how their jobs have changed as a result of a network-centric view. Get expert advice on how to make the most out of application-aware firewalls; discover whether or not your security strategy can handle networked facilities management; and get expert advice on session-based application-aware routing. Finally, learn about application performance monitoring tools and how they work. Access >>>
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Understanding the value of an enterprise application-aware firewall
by Michael Cobb, Application Security
Today's enterprise application-aware firewall technology offers a host of features to manage application and Web 2.0 traffic. Expert Michael Cobb takes a look at the features and how to make the most of them.
Where is the real session-based application-aware routing?
Application-aware traffic management technology that exists today just doesn't cut it. This Fast Packet blogger would like to see session-based application-aware routing that provides visibility of session state, application behavior and bandwidth use.
- Understanding the value of an enterprise application-aware firewall by Michael Cobb, Application Security
Can your security strategy handle networked facilities management?
by Andreas Antonopoulos, Contributor
Linking building and power management systems to converged Ethernet networks brings new security concerns.
Network application performance monitoring: Storage to the user
by John Burke, Contributor
Application performance monitoring tools must provide visibility to everything from storage I/O to remote end-user access and a whole lot in between. Here’s what your monitoring tools should show.
- Can your security strategy handle networked facilities management? by Andreas Antonopoulos, Contributor
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