Gigamon Launches User Community
October 18, 2018
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Gigamon launched the Gigamon Community, designed for users, customers, partners and Gigamon employees to come together to ask technical or product questions, provide an opportunity to contribute answers, and collaborate on best practices across the Gigamon security and networking solution portfolio.

The Community provides an environment to allow users to quickly resolve technical challenges, learn how to perform specific tasks and discuss best practices. Content is created by owners and operators of Gigamon solutions and by Gigamon employees, resulting in the most relevant and diverse collection of technical information across regions, use-cases and markets.

“The new Gigamon Community makes it incredibly easy for security practitioners to interact and find ways to get even more value out of their existing Gigamon footprint.” said Ryan Morris, Managing Partner at BAI. “Customers now depend on Gigamon as the front end for their entire security stack, so seemingly small tweaks in configuration can have a huge positive effect on the security outcomes that Gigamon is able to deliver. This forum for user collaboration will allow all of the accounts we support to adopt, adapt and evolve much more rapidly than in years past.”

“We see many customers become to true power-users of our solutions and as a result we are excited to launch the Gigamon Community as a forum to enable them to share their collective knowledge,” said Paul Hooper, CEO of Gigamon. “We look on this as an additional vehicle to connect with our global user-base and this new Community will be a tremendous resource that NetOps and SecOps can share to help secure and manage their enterprise.”

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