Ixia CloudLens: Managing the Elastic Cloud Visibility Surface

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The attack surface of a software environment is the sum of the different points where an unauthorized user (the attacker) can try to gain access to, or otherwise impact, that environment. With the strong growth of public, hybrid, and virtual private clouds, on top of the traditional enterprise private cloud, the size of the attack surface increases dramatically. Effective monitoring in these multi-tenant environments, where usage is elastic and access is limited, requires its own type of visibility. 

A common set of visibility tools must span these different deployments while also supporting existing physical networks. These tools need to look beyond simple data access, integrating a sophisticated security fabric to sift through vast quantities of data. Any solution must address the needs of enterprises and cloud-native software as a service (SaaS) companies, many of which are also leveraging new software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) deployments, as well as the service providers themselves.

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