Netify - Blog and News
eGloo announces latest Netify DPI Agent release, version 5, with new plugin architecture for expansibility
eGloo and Pyramite Join Forces to Bring Layer 7 Visibility to Wireless ISP Markets in Africa Using Netify Deep Packet Inspection.
Analyzing Packet Capture Technologies: Exploring the Differences between libpcap, nfqueue, TPACKETv3, DPDK, and Ring Buffer.
Addition of TPACKETv3 support allows Netify to parallelize the process of capturing and analyzing packets, removing barriers in high bandwidth environments.
eGloo announces latest Netify DPI Agent release, version 4.2.
Zyxel and eGloo sign licensing agreement to use Netify Deep Packet Inspection engine to power Application Patrol service in Zyxel security appliances.
Fusion Broadband adds network intelligence and dynamic routing to SD-WAN service using Netify.
Juniper and eGloo sign business agreement to enhance product functionality in SD-WAN market.
Having collaborated on several successful projects last year, eGloo and Terminus Positronics announced today a formalized partnership under a Value-Added Distributor model.
Service providers are racing to meet the challenge of ever-increasingly data usage while maintaining network performance. The need to correlate GTP control and data traffic classification on a per-subscriber basis has never been greater.
K4 Mobility, an up-and-coming leader in marine VSAT Internet solutions for the maritime sector, has selected Netify for its Deep Packet Inspection needs.
eGloo - the makers of Netify - is proud to be a part of the joint initiative with the Open-Source Cyber Fusion Center project. Thank you to all the researchers at Carleton University and Concordia University.
Netify Informatics Cloud Platform v2.0 is now available. The development team is happy to announce the immediate availability of the next major iteration of the Netify Cloud Informatics Platform.
The Netify App for Android/iOS is now available. The development team is happy to announce the availability of the mobile Netify app for both Android and iOS.
Netify is now available for OPNsense 19.7.x and 20.1.x. The Netify package and cloud service provide complete network traffic visibility and analysis - know what's happening on your network.
Netify is now available for CentOS 8. For Netify deployments using the port mirror capability of network switches, you can now use CentOS 8 to collect network data.
Netify and Netify FWA packages are now available for pfSense 2.4.x. The Netify package and cloud service provide complete network traffic visibility and analysis - know what's happening on your network. In addition, the companion Netify FWA package provides a way to block unwanted protocols and applications.
Sometimes you just need to dive into real-time traffic data to solve a problem on your network. The Netify Console tool lets you pinpoint root causes from the command line: connection issues, BitTorrent saturation, malware infections, and general shenanigans.
Netify is now available for ClearOS through the user-friendly ClearOS App Marketplace. If your organization deploys ClearOS as a firewall and gateway to the Internet, the Netify app and cloud service provides complete network traffic visibility and analysis.
The invite-only private beta is ancient history. Netify 1.0 has been released and it is now open for all users. Get full transparency into what’s happening on your network.