Crosswork Cloud - Crosswork Traffic Analysis is a Cloud-hosted Software as a Service platform that provides Netflow based Traffic Analytics. The Crosswork Traffic Analysis platform Traffic Analysis, Peering Prospecting, and Peering Engineering challenges by providing a comprehensive network view and analysis of traffic at network peering boundaries designed to visualize and optimize traffic flows. Crosswork Cloud Traffic Analysis service is a hosted application that provides rich analysis, visualization, and optimization recommendations for network traffic flows. Traffic Analysis helps you understand the flow of traffic across key points in your network and is delivered as a scale-out cloud service. This allows day-zero deployment with feature sets that are always up to date, with very low ongoing maintenance requirements.
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Listen: https://smarturl.it/CCRS9E19Follow us: twitter.com/ciscochampionsNetworks can be complex and often unpredictable. Traffic from over-the-top applications, automated systems, malicious attacks, or variations from simple operational errors...