In a public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) deployment, the IaaS user is still responsible for their applications and application data security. The Gigamon Visibility Platform on AWS enables organizations to use a standardized approach to gain access to network traffic in an AWS VPC. Gigamon's solution enables users to send traffic from Amazon EC2's to multiple tools on demand, a capability which was not previously available.
"One of CME Group's top priorities is ensuring we are ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting the integrity of our data," said Kevin Kometer, Chief Information Officer for CME Group. "The Gigamon Visibility Platform allows us to benefit from the cost efficiencies and security of a cloud solution, while standardizing our solutions across our cloud and on-premise solutions."
"We are pleased to be working with CME Group to support their visibility strategy into AWS," said Ananda Rajagopal, Vice President of Products at Gigamon. "Our Visibility Platform enables many large enterprises like CME Group to take full computing and economic benefits in migrating mission-critical applications and workloads in a hybrid world."
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