Network Visibility Architecture for the Hybrid, Multi-Cloud Enterprise


Packet data is essential to network operations and cyber security, but accessing packets is increasingly challenging. IT organizations often deploy a network visibility architecture consisting of network packet brokers, TAPs, SPAN ports, and software to fulfill this requirement. These architectures mirror traffic from production networks and aggregate, filter, modify, and forward data to analysis tools. Traditionally, these architectures gathered data from on-premises networks, but the worldwide migration of applications to public cloud services has expanded the scope of this technology.

In this webinar, Vice President of Research Shamus McGillicuddy will share insights from “Network Visibility Architecture for the Hybrid, Multi-Cloud Enterprise,” a new market research report that explores how companies are expanding and modernizing their visibility architectures to support hybrid cloud and multi-cloud networks. For instance, the research found that the top two benefits of investments in network visibility solutions are improved productivity of IT and security teams and reduced security risk.

Register for this webinar to learn:

  • Why packet data remains essential to network operations and cyber security
  • How companies build end-to-end visibility fabrics that capture data from the cloud and on-premises networks
  • How organizations address the impact of ubiquitous traffic encryption on network visibility
  • The challenges that organizations encounter when using this technology
  • Best practices for success with network visibility architectures


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Shamus McGillicuddy

Shamus McGillicuddy
VP of Research, Network Management EMA