LIVE WEBINAR: Monitoring in a Virtualized Data Center

Ixia Webinar- Monitoring In A Virtualized Data Centre

Wednesday, September 17 at 9:00 a.m. PT /11:00 a.m. CT / 12:00 p.m. ET

Over 70 percent of data centers are attacked each year. At the same time, up to 80 percent of the inter-VM (“east-west”) traffic in a virtualized data center never reaches the physical network, where it can be monitored. This means that a substantial part of your data center is hidden from you in a “blind spot,” but could be visible and vulnerable to attackers. This webinar “Monitoring in a Virtualized Data Center” shows you how to gain the visibility to protect yourself while optimizing network performance.

Join leaders at Ixia and Corvil in this interactive webinar to find out:

  • Where the blind spots are in your virtualized environment 
  • How to implement a Visibility Architecture to overcome the blind spots 
  • Which tools are available to give you the visibility you need 

Bonus: All webinar registrants will receive a free download of Ixia’s new white paper, “Illuminating Data Center Blind Spots.” This white paper discusses available strategies to ensure full visibility and gain the substantial efficiencies of x86 computer systems.


Ken_JinksKen Jinks

Director of Product Management- Corvil

Ken has been at the forefront of the Corvil product since he joined the company in 2003, with extensive experience in designing and creating products for the enterprise and financial technology markets. Ken works closely with all parties in the trading loop to enable effective analysis of their high performance trading systems and products. Ken holds a degree in Electronic Engineering.

David_PhamDavid Pham

Senior Technical Marketing Engineer- Ixia

David’s experience spans more than 14 years in engineering Systems IT Infrastructure for local and remote environments in diverse client industries (private, government, enterprise, and small business). His roles included managing data centers that leveraged virtualized technologies, EMC/Xiotech SAN, and NetApp NAS, as well as developing systems infrastructure for Microsoft environments. 

Thanks to Ixia for the article.


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