Gigamon GigaVUE TA100 - network monitoring device

Mfg.Part: GVS-TAC01 | CDW Part: 5238633 | UNSPSC: 43222634
  • Network monitoring device
  • 32 ports
  • 16 ports
  • 100 Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1U
  • rack-mountable
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This item was discontinued on January 17, 2020

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Gigamon GigaVUE TA100 - network monitoring device
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Main Features
  • Network monitoring device
  • 32 ports
  • 16 ports
  • 100 Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1U
  • rack-mountable
Effective network monitoring and security begins with a properly constructed Visibility Platform at the edge. The edge typically includes traffic running at 1Gb or 10Gb, but can also include 40Gb and 100Gb. These links individually may be running at very low utilizations (<5%), making it difficult to justify direct connections for every link. The GigaVUE TA Series edge nodes aggregate multiple low-utilization 1Gb, 10Gb, 40Gb, or 100Gb links, and feeds the combined traffic to GigaVUE H Series products.

Sophisticated Flow Mapping and egress filters on the GigaVUE TA Series optimizes the traffic flow so that only the traffic of interest is forwarded. The GigaVUE H Series node can apply further Flow Mapping and traffic intelligence using GigaSMART technology to the aggregated traffic.

Optional clustering allows full end-to-end traffic mapping and seamless integration with the GigaVUE H Series and GigaSMART features. GigaVUE-FM Fabric Manager provides centralized management and control and programmable APIs for Software-Defined Visibility.

Data centers deploying a leaf and spine architecture face many visibility challenges. Eastwest traffic between hosts can bypass traditional security tools, allowing malware to propagate across the infrastructure. SPAN ports on the leaf/spine switches provide only limited access to this traffic. By tapping all the links and aggregating using the GigaVUE TA Series nodes, data centers can secure their infrastructure at the server edge.