Mazu Profiler selected to help International Herald Tribuner optimise network.
Mazu Networks Inc, a company that specialises in providing solutions to manage, secure and optimise the availability and performance of business services, announced on 15 December that the International Herald Tribune (IHT), an international news publication, has selected the Mazu Profiler to manage, optimise and secure the company's Wide Area Network (WAN).
The company said that using its Profiler, an application performance management solution based on Network Behaviour Analysis (NBA), the IHT will gain the visibility needed to ensure uninterrupted service between key news hubs in Paris, Hong Kong and London, in addition to its extended bureau network.
IHT was also concerned with understanding Internet usage and defining acceptable usage policies. With Mazu Profiler's ability to go beyond port level identification of network traffic, they were able to identify undesirable applications encapsulated within their HTTP traffic (a common trait of modern day spyware). Mazu Profiler can help customers like the IHT develop more effective security policies and prevent bandwidth consumption by unauthorised applications, said Mazu.
Mazu worked with Nomios, a French systems integrator, to provide the solution. No financial details were disclosed.
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|Publication:||Internet Business News|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Dec 15, 2008|
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