New Savvius Insight Versions Extend Datacenter-Class Network Visibility to Remote Locations
May 16, 2017
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Savvius announced two new versions of its network micro-appliance, Savvius Insight.

Representing significant hardware and software upgrades, Insight now offers faster analytics, larger storage capacities, comprehensive VoIP analysis, and new Kibana dashboards, increasing Insight's value to businesses with multiple locations including retail, healthcare, warehouse management, transportation, and many others.

Savvius Insight was designed to give enterprise and midsize-business teams unsurpassed visibility into the performance and security of networks at remote locations including branch offices, warehouses, stores, and restaurants. Insight may be deployed standalone, using the onboard ELK server for local or remote monitoring and the included Omnipeek software for local or remote troubleshooting, or it may be deployed across large numbers of widely-distributed locations, centralizing network monitoring and troubleshooting to enhance service levels and decrease costs.

Savvius Insight comes with 256 GB of SSD storage and 8 GB of RAM. The Insight Plus version has 1 TB of SSD storage, 16 GB of RAM, and, of particular interest to network professionals, onboard VoIP analytics. Both Insight and Insight Plus have multiple 1G interfaces, a pair of "fail-to-wire" bridge ports, and include the latest award-winning Omnipeek software for deep, intuitive visibility into network issues and the industry's most rapid problem resolution.

In addition to its dashboards for utilization, expert events, calls, flows, and media, Savvius Insight includes a security events dashboard to remotely identify the presence of authentication failures, dictionary-attack events, MAC flooding, ICMP events, and more. This security dashboard provides actionable indicators of potential network security issues, making it easier to proactively find and resolve problems.

"Savvius Insight makes the sophisticated and highly useful analytics of our datacenter appliances available in a small, fanless micro-appliance," said Jay Botelho, Senior Director of Products at Savvius. "This changes everything for retailers and other distributed organizations that rely on their networks. Now they can have dashboards that give them visibility across many locations. If they see a problem, it is simple to connect directly to the Insight appliance and resolve the issue. This means fewer on-site visits. Our customers are thrilled with the first version of Insight. I can't wait for them to see what improvements we've made!"

Savvius Insight is offered through solution providers worldwide. Existing Insight users can upgrade to the latest version by visiting the Savvius Insight Support Portal.

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