Review: Network Intelligence HA 2000

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As any security administrator knows, the only thing as bad as not enough information is too much. Staying on top of the overwhelming flood of information from every device is a difficult job. Information comes in as events, alerts, notifications of changes or just status updates. Making sense of it all requires efficient correlation tools, like the Network Intelligence logging appliances.
Network Intelligence sent us the HA 2000, the smallest version of its enterprise-class product suite, fitting in between the EX series targeting SMEs, and the LS series for large environments. The system runs Windows 2000 Server in a 2U rack-mount chassis. The HA 2000 is licensed to handle a maximum of 2,000 events per second (EPS), from a maximum of 64 information sources. There are several larger versions available (chiefly a matter of licensing, although at 4,000 EPS the devices start shipping with more on-board disk and memory), up to 6,000 EPS, for monitoring up to 1,024 network devices. And they can be clustered, up to three units together for triple the throughput.

As any security administrator knows, the only thing as bad as not enough information is too much. Staying on top of the overwhelming flood of information from every device is a difficult job. Information comes in as events, alerts, notifications of changes or just status updates. Making sense of ...

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