Gigamon Integrates with Cribl
April 01, 2024
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Gigamon and Cribl announced the companies have completed an integration between the Gigamon GigaVUE Cloud Suite™ and Cribl Stream, enabling organizations to transform data strategies by formatting and delivering telemetry intelligence in accordance with how each tool ingests data.

Through this integration, Cribl can now bring network telemetry from Gigamon into Cribl Stream, providing joint customers with deep observability across hybrid cloud infrastructure, dramatically extending the value of existing tool investments.

Gigamon offers a Deep Observability Pipeline, with GigaVUE Cloud Suite at its core, that brings deep observability into traffic traversing hybrid cloud infrastructure, delivering greater security and performance optimization. Equally important is the ability to deliver network telemetry and extracted metadata that provides unprecedented visibility into lateral East-West application traffic, a persistent blind spot and increasing security challenge for organizations.

Powered by a data processing engine purpose-built for IT and Security, Cribl’s vendor-agnostic data management solution enables security and IT Ops teams to accelerate threat detection and incident response with seamless access to telemetry data from various sources that provides the ability to enrich data before it lands in security tools, route data to the preferred threat hunting tools, and recover faster from incidents with low-cost object storage and replay capabilities. Cribl Search, a search-in-place solution, enables security teams to locate application data regardless of where it’s stored. IT teams can now search data in place or in motion to hunt threats more efficiently and correlate relevant data to reduce the threat surface and lower risk.

By integrating network-derived intelligence, including application metadata, from Gigamon GigaVUE Cloud Suite into Cribl Stream, joint customers now have access to a streamlined approach to monitor and secure hybrid cloud infrastructure that seamlessly collects, routes, optimizes, and transforms the value of their data. Bringing actionable network intelligence from Gigamon solutions into Cribl reduces the complexity of mapping data flows between the network and individual tools, allowing organizations to focus on monitoring and securing hybrid cloud infrastructure while worrying less about blind spots or the complexities of delivering intelligence to their tools.

“This new integration enables our joint customers to attain the highest level of choice, control, and flexibility to gain the most value out of their network infrastructure data,” said Vlad Melnik, vice president, Business Development, Alliances at Cribl. “Our vendor-agnostic approach means that joint customers can easily extract network-derived intelligence from Gigamon, delivering more insights and eliminating blind spots across the threat landscape.”

“Cribl is very much aligned with Gigamon as they truly understand the challenges customers face in securing and managing hybrid cloud infrastructure with just the visibility of log data,” said Srinivas Chakravarty, vice president of Cloud Ecosystem at Gigamon. “By bringing network and system telemetry together, we can help our mutual customers get any data in any format to any destination in the network they require. Bottom line, Gigamon is bringing a new – and critical — data source to Cribl.”

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