23. 06. 2010 Georg Kostner Uncategorized

NetEye e NTOP assieme

Grazie al contributo di Luca nell’integrazione delle funzioni di NTOP in NetEye (nella fattispecie nprobe) abbiamo adesso il vantaggio che gli utenti di NetEye possono avere visibilità del traffico di rete utilizzando uno strumento open-source sviluppato in Italia.
Con l´integrazione vorremmo offrire alle aziende una visione più completa di ciò che succede in rete: come la rete viene sfruttata, quali applicativi consumano la banda disponibile con la possibilita` quindi di poter rispondere in maniera mirata ad eventuali anomalie e degradi delle prestazioni. Per il gestore delle rete e` indubbiamente un bel vantaggio capire subito se e come un nuovo applicativo impatta sulla rete, potendo vedere sui grafici il consumo per protocollo e indirizzi IP coinvolti con possibilità di aggregazione dei dati.

In questa intervista Luca ci racconta dettagli maggiori sui valori NetEye e NTOP assieme.
Dettagli su NTOP li potete trovare anche sul blog di Luca http://www.ntop.org/blog/

Georg Kostner

Georg Kostner

Business Unit Manager at Würth Phoenix
I’m Georg, born in Bolzano in 1971. The IT has always been my true passion: my first computer was a Spectrum, maybe someone still remembers it… the first application I developed on it was the naval combat. Later on I started the implementation of ERP software using C, C++, Java, Informix, Oracle, Unix, Window. Recently I approached the Open Source technologies like Nagios, Cacti, MRTG, NagVis, OCS Inventory, GLPI, ntop with the vision to improve the working activities of the system administrators. In my free time I love hiking in the mountains, skiing, playing football as well as I like comparing different OS like Linux, Windows or Mac trying to find the potentialities and weaknesses.

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Georg Kostner

I’m Georg, born in Bolzano in 1971. The IT has always been my true passion: my first computer was a Spectrum, maybe someone still remembers it… the first application I developed on it was the naval combat. Later on I started the implementation of ERP software using C, C++, Java, Informix, Oracle, Unix, Window. Recently I approached the Open Source technologies like Nagios, Cacti, MRTG, NagVis, OCS Inventory, GLPI, ntop with the vision to improve the working activities of the system administrators. In my free time I love hiking in the mountains, skiing, playing football as well as I like comparing different OS like Linux, Windows or Mac trying to find the potentialities and weaknesses.

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