The IntellaView HyperEngine enables real time packet processing of 100G network traffic to prevent tool oversubscription and supports up to 600G total throughput through six packet processing service engines that can be run concurrently.
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Automatically detect over 1600 applications and 400 protocols in real time with a high degree of accuracy and virtually no false positives
Easily aggregate traffic from other blades for service processing like pattern matching or traffic shaping
Removing duplicate packets improves monitoring tool efficiency, accuracy, and data storage optimization
The HyperEngine monitors network traffic and is an ideal source for generating NetFlow records
Real time processing across 1G / 10G / 25G / 40G / 100G feeds
Classify and filter Layer 7 traffic based on protocol or application in real time with a high degree of accuracy and virtually no false positives.
Match packet contents and filter traffic. You can search on individual packets or sessions.
Limit transmitted traffic to a user-specified average rate by buffering incoming packets and sending them out at a steady, even flow.
Deduplicate with increased cache size and longer caching window to increase the effectiveness of removing duplicate packets and improve tool efficiency.
Generate traffic statistics and offloading processes from routers and production equipment to increase efficiency and save cost. The unsampled flow records contain data of every packet in the data stream for a complete representation of the traffic
Ultra-High-Speed Packet Processing for Advanced Network Monitoring
IntellaView Solution Brief
Advanced Hybrid Visibility Solution
Next-Generation Hybrid Network Visibility Solution
Centralized Management of APCON Visibility and Security Solutions
Ultra high-speed packet processing
The HyperEngine is part of APCON's IntellaView network visibility solution and is compatible with chassis systems from 3RU to 9RU. Enhance multi-site management with TITAN centralized management to get 24/7 visibility.
The IntellaView HyperEngine offers six high-performance, multithreaded network processors with flexible, user-selectable service options.
These service engines provide convenient configuration of advanced packet processing features including deduplication, NetFlow generation, application filtering, pattern matching, or traffic shaping for network monitoring.
Get complete Layer 7 IP traffic visibility with traffic classification and filtering based on protocol or application. This HyperEngine feature can automatically detect over 1600 applications and 400 protocols in real time with a high degree of accuracy and virtually no false positives.
You can identify and categorize applications and protocols even when encrypted or obfuscated, for example Skype, WhatsApp, BitTorrent, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Gmail, Office 365, or Instagram, and route traffic accordingly. Increase the lifespan and boost the efficiency of your tools by filtering out low-risk traffic.
The HyperEngine can use regular expressions to match packet contents and filter traffic, allowing you to search on individual packets or sessions.
Ensure compliance with regulations such as HIPPA and PCI by masking PII such as credit card or social security numbers and enable more efficient tool usage by filtering out low-risk flows.
Limit transmitted traffic to a steady, user-specified average rate by buffering incoming packets and sending them out at a predictable, even flow. When tools are not able to handle traffic above a specific rate for extended periods of time, the result can be malfunctions or dropped packets.
Each HyperEngine service engine can buffer from 3 to 160 million packets, depending on packet size, shared across all connections to ensure your existing tools are never overburdened or oversubscribed even as throughput increases.
Select any service engine to view configuration. Shown here is the deduplication screen that provides full customization of duplicate match conditions and time window size.
The HyperEngine monitors network traffic and is an ideal source for generating NetFlow records. It can off-load processing from routers and other production equipment to maximize accuracy, increase efficiency, and save costs; plus, consolidating NetFlow sources reduces network traffic and simplifies your monitoring architecture.