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Kratos Releases New Version of Network Management and Situational Awareness Product
Kratos (News - Alert) Networks has released a new version of its flagship network management and situational awareness product, NeuralStar (News - Alert), saying that it now features anomaly analysis and event pattern recognition capabilities.
“The new release of NeuralStar helps operators detect network anomalies and recognize event patterns more quickly to simplify and automate the process of pro-actively managing end-to-end performance across the enterprise,” according to Michael Smith (News - Alert), senior vice president of Enterprise Technology at Kratos Networks.
Providing real-time intelligence, the newest release makes sure that there is optimal performance, increased availability, enhanced cyber-security protection. Moreover, it also helps in informed decision-making.
Company officials said that the new release has enhanced the enterprise management capabilities, allowing operators to quickly adapt to security threats and performance issues across distributed sites.
The events that can impact network availability, performance, security, or quality of service can be monitored with the help of NeuralStar. Company officials said that this provides network operators with a single situational awareness dashboard.
Company officials said that the collection of performance data from all network hardware, applications, management and security systems, operators can help in determining health and status issues. In addition, network operators can also make adjustments to maintain network throughput as well as minimize anomalies, including congestion and latency.
The offering from Kratos makes it possible to centralize management of user authentication, rules, and device groupings across regional and local sites. Plus, there is a reduction in the number of false alarms as well as acceleration of remediation process due to the dynamic monitoring of remote site.
Kratos helps organizations assure the availability, reliability and security of communications across large scale, heterogeneous, and geographically distributed networks. The company acquired SecureInfo Corp. in 2011.
Edited by Rich Steeves