Network Monitoring and Analysis Blog

Monday, 11 March 2019 10:55

World’s First Petabyte Network recording


Delivering up to a petabyte of effective packet storage, the new EndaceProbe™ 9200 Series uses built-in compression and patent-pending Smart Truncation™ on top of 432TB of fully RAID-protected storage. All in a single, 4RU appliance that can record at a sustained 40Gbps. That’s a world first.

Stack for Ultimate Scalability

Stack multiple EndaceProbe 9200s together to form logical units with single pane-of-glass management and centralized searching that: 

  • Delivers sustained recording at speeds in excess of 200Gbps
  • Can handle burst rates of 400Gbps+
  • Scales to multiple petabytes of packet-level Network History.


Search for that Needle-in-the-Haystack in Seconds not Hours

Centralized search and centralized management lets you combine all your EndaceProbes into a network-wide recording fabric – the EndaceFabric - that can scale to suit the needs of the largest, fastest networks on the planet. That’s another world first.


Triple the Hosting Capacity

Like all EndaceProbes, the 9200 Series comes with built-in VM hosting capability – Application Dock™. In addition to lossless traffic recording at multi-gigabit speeds and ultra-fast, network-wide data mining, the 9200 Series provides hosting for up to 12 analytics solutions. 

Which means you can deploy security and analytics tools from our industry-leading Fusion partners such as Cisco, Dynatrace, Palo Alto Networks, BluVector, Idappcom and others. Or open-source tools such as SNORT®, Suricata™ or Bro IDS™. Or custom applications. Whatever you want, whenever you want, wherever you have an EndaceProbe. The choice is yours. 

Curious what Endace can do your you?

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