Enterasys Networks

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  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Data Center Networking - Connectivity and Topology Design Guide

    Demand for application availability has changed how applications are hosted in today's data center. Evolutionary changes have occurred throughout the various elements of the data center, starting with server and storage virtualization and also network virtualization. Main motivations for server virtualization were at first associated with massive cost reduction and...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Data Center Networking - Designing Today's Data Center

    Demand for application availability has changed how applications are hosted in today's data center. Evolutionary changes have occurred throughout the various components of the data center, including server and storage virtualization and also network virtualization. The focus of today's enterprise is to increase business agility and the data center is...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Data Center Networking - Managing a Virtualized Environment

    There is an industry-wide trend to reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by improving data center operational efficiencies through server and storage consolidation. This results in better system utilization, application availability and, most importantly, cost savings in terms of both hardware and energy use. For these reasons and others, virtualization...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Meeting and Exceeding GSI/GCSx Information Security Monitoring Requirements With Enterasys SIEM

    Effective information security has become a fundamental requirement in the delivery of any networked based service where confidential information is exchanged. Over the last few years the UK government has facilitated extensive network infrastructure, under the Government Connect (GC) program, that allows information exchange amongst connected government agencies. Local government...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Gaining Operational Efficiencies With the Enterasys S-Series: Hi-Fidelity NetFlow

    Network infrastructures are the bedrock upon which enterprises build, grow and support their businesses; to that end network managers are constantly making decisions that affect critical business activity across the network. Traditional click-and-wait-type applications, such as email, web browsing, and office productivity tools are being joined by real-time communications applications...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Enterasys Networks Security Information & Event Manager: Improving Network Security for Energy Control Systems

    Over the last few years, there has been increasing awareness of the risk of cyber attacks against the infrastructure that enables the delivery of essential services, including electricity, oil, gas, water, and transportation. Government regulations and industry initiatives have been drafted to define the IT security controls required to protect...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    PCSF Design Challenge

    Meeting the network connectivity and security needs of the Upstream Facility Control System reference architecture, Enterasys proposes a policy-based network allowing secured access, role-based communication rules, and distributed enforced security. Modern process control networks are deploying standards-based Ethernet and TCP/IP communications. While this is an opportunity for improved process through...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Interop Turns to Enterasys for Easy to Manage Network Backbone

    For the past two years, Enterasys has successfully demonstrated what it takes to run the world's largest temporary network and deliver 100% availability with centralized visibility and control. That success has resulted in a third consecutive selection as the InteropNet network provider for 2010. InteropNet volunteers with no prior experience...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Secure Networks for Process Control: Leveraging a Simple Yet Effective Policy Framework to Secure the Modern Process Control Network

    Industrial control systems have evolved significantly over the past several years with an increase in the use of Ethernet data communications networks and IP communications protocol. For example, process control systems now commonly connect historian servers to Ethernet networks to allow users IP-based access to real-time data from the Distributed...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Securing the Process Control Network

    It is the intention of all network administrators to provide network availability and business continuity while simultaneously ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of the information traversing the network. Since the proliferation of the personal computers as a driving force behind business automation, it has been the goal of network administrators...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    The Next Generation Intelligent Network Infrastructure: How the Enterasys S-Series Provides Critical Capabilities for a Future-Proofed Local Area Network

    The past decade has brought many changes and advancements to the traditional Local Area Network (LAN). The LAN's evolution has accelerated from simple connectivity for a group of computing devices in a building or campus to a multifaceted service delivery system that connects larger numbers of users and increasingly diverse...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Securing the University Network

    The networking environment at universities presents a unique set of challenges. A typical university is comprised of dozens of departments, hundreds perhaps thousands of faculty members and administrative staff, tens of thousands of students, as well as thousands of servers and computers that may or may not have adequate security...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Understanding Network Access Control: Technology Concepts and Solution Planning Guide

    Network Access Control (NAC) solutions deliver a comprehensive approach to identifying, controlling, and securing access to critical network communications and business services. Well architected NAC solutions proactively manage whether a trusted user, a guest, or a device can connect to a network and what they are authorized to do once...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Understanding Network Access Control: Technology Concepts and Solution Planning Guide

    Network Access Control (NAC) solutions deliver a comprehensive approach to identifying, controlling, and securing access to critical network communications and business services. Well architected NAC solutions proactively manage whether a trusted user, a guest, or a device can connect to a network and what they are authorized to do once...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Data Center Networking - Connectivity and Topology Design Guide

    Demand for application availability has changed how applications are hosted in today's data center. Evolutionary changes have occurred throughout the various elements of the data center, starting with server and storage virtualization and also network virtualization. Main motivations for server virtualization were at first associated with massive cost reduction and...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Interop Turns to Enterasys for Easy to Manage Network Backbone

    For the past two years, Enterasys has successfully demonstrated what it takes to run the world's largest temporary network and deliver 100% availability with centralized visibility and control. That success has resulted in a third consecutive selection as the InteropNet network provider for 2010. InteropNet volunteers with no prior experience...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Gaining Operational Efficiencies With the Enterasys S-Series: Hi-Fidelity NetFlow

    Network infrastructures are the bedrock upon which enterprises build, grow and support their businesses; to that end network managers are constantly making decisions that affect critical business activity across the network. Traditional click-and-wait-type applications, such as email, web browsing, and office productivity tools are being joined by real-time communications applications...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Meeting and Exceeding GSI/GCSx Information Security Monitoring Requirements With Enterasys SIEM

    Effective information security has become a fundamental requirement in the delivery of any networked based service where confidential information is exchanged. Over the last few years the UK government has facilitated extensive network infrastructure, under the Government Connect (GC) program, that allows information exchange amongst connected government agencies. Local government...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Secure Networks for Process Control: Leveraging a Simple Yet Effective Policy Framework to Secure the Modern Process Control Network

    Industrial control systems have evolved significantly over the past several years with an increase in the use of Ethernet data communications networks and IP communications protocol. For example, process control systems now commonly connect historian servers to Ethernet networks to allow users IP-based access to real-time data from the Distributed...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Securing the University Network

    The networking environment at universities presents a unique set of challenges. A typical university is comprised of dozens of departments, hundreds perhaps thousands of faculty members and administrative staff, tens of thousands of students, as well as thousands of servers and computers that may or may not have adequate security...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    The Next Generation Intelligent Network Infrastructure: How the Enterasys S-Series Provides Critical Capabilities for a Future-Proofed Local Area Network

    The past decade has brought many changes and advancements to the traditional Local Area Network (LAN). The LAN's evolution has accelerated from simple connectivity for a group of computing devices in a building or campus to a multifaceted service delivery system that connects larger numbers of users and increasingly diverse...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Data Center Networking - Designing Today's Data Center

    Demand for application availability has changed how applications are hosted in today's data center. Evolutionary changes have occurred throughout the various components of the data center, including server and storage virtualization and also network virtualization. The focus of today's enterprise is to increase business agility and the data center is...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    PCSF Design Challenge

    Meeting the network connectivity and security needs of the Upstream Facility Control System reference architecture, Enterasys proposes a policy-based network allowing secured access, role-based communication rules, and distributed enforced security. Modern process control networks are deploying standards-based Ethernet and TCP/IP communications. While this is an opportunity for improved process through...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Securing the Process Control Network

    It is the intention of all network administrators to provide network availability and business continuity while simultaneously ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of the information traversing the network. Since the proliferation of the personal computers as a driving force behind business automation, it has been the goal of network administrators...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Enterasys Networks Security Information & Event Manager: Improving Network Security for Energy Control Systems

    Over the last few years, there has been increasing awareness of the risk of cyber attacks against the infrastructure that enables the delivery of essential services, including electricity, oil, gas, water, and transportation. Government regulations and industry initiatives have been drafted to define the IT security controls required to protect...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Data Center Networking - Managing a Virtualized Environment

    There is an industry-wide trend to reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by improving data center operational efficiencies through server and storage consolidation. This results in better system utilization, application availability and, most importantly, cost savings in terms of both hardware and energy use. For these reasons and others, virtualization...

    Provided By Enterasys Networks