Savvius Releases Omnipeek 10.1
March 14, 2017
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Savvius announced the latest version of Savvius Omnipeek, the company’s software solution for network performance diagnostics, visualization, and security investigations.

With support for the new Savvius Omnipliance T300, M200 and C100 models plus enhancements every user will find valuable, Omnipeek 10.1 advances the core Savvius mission of providing rapid MTTR (mean time to resolution) of network performance issues and security incidents.

New in Savvius Omnipeek 10.1:

- Support for new Omnipliance models: Omnipeek 10.1 supports three new Savvius Omnipliances: T300, M200, C100. The packet capture and analysis appliances operate at up to 25 Gbps and are available with storage capacity up to 192TB.

- Simple UI for reassigning protocol analysis on non-standard ports: Now translate TCP and UDP packets on a specific non-standard port to a specific protocol. For example, categorize all TCP traffic occurring on port 32000 as HTTP traffic.

- New views in Compass for country statistics and node grouping: The Compass dashboard can now group statistics by country and group nodes by node and/or MAC.

- New Productivity and Risk scoring in application analysis: The Applications dashboard and Application statistics table can now display 'Productivity' and 'Risk' columns. Productivity is scored relative to the work value of an application, and risk is scored on a scale of 1 to 5, based on weighted risk factors.

- Improved forensic search performance (Capture Engine only) using file indexing: Forensic search performance is significantly enhanced for certain operations through packet file indexing.

- Increased use of Omnipeek Remote Assistant (ORA) in Omnipeek Enterprise: ORA provides a fully secure remote packet capture capability for desktop and laptop troubleshooting of up to 100 users (previously limited to 5). Rather than being physically present to perform a packet capture, the support representative has only to email a small file which performs the network capture and returns it fully encrypted for access only by the support analyst or engineer.

Savvius Omnipeek 10.1 is available now.

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