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Interop Las Vegas: 10 Cool Products

From video conferencing knockouts to data protection tools, intriguing new products are on tap at Interop Las Vegas 2013. Take a closer look.
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ExtraHop Networks will show off its new appliance, the EH8000. This single appliance lets IT managers examine application-level transaction details from immense volumes of network traffic. The EH8000 can handle L2 to L7 transaction analysis for up to a sustained 20 Gbps. The company says that one EH8000 can analyze more than 400,000 transactions per second. The product extracts application-level health and performance metrics, including uniform resource identifiers (URIs) associated with HTTP 500 errors and the whereabouts of corrupted files in network-attached storage.

Pricing ranges from $4 to $12 per server, per month, depending on your platform and modules. The company has been shortlisted in two separate Best of Interop categories: The EH8000 is a finalist in the Management & Monitoring Category, and ExtraHop for Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a finalist in the Cloud Computing & Virtualization category.


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