Understanding Application Visibility with Blue Coat PacketShaper

PacketShaper 900
Blue Coat Systems
410 N. Mary Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
(408) 220-2200
http://bluecoat.com


Price: $2,500 base price

We tested a PacketShaper 900 on a small test network showing how it can discover, classify and prioritize application traffic. We address four different questions that IT managers have about understanding how bandwidth-consuming applications interact over their networks, and how individual applications can be controlled for particular use cases.

8 thoughts on “Understanding Application Visibility with Blue Coat PacketShaper

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  2. Hi David,

    Demo is excellent and also your voice is good “sounds good”. Now I understood about Blue Coat PacketSharper how it works.

    Do you have any more videos on Bluecoat products like troublshooting, Director, SG Appliances,etc.., so that it would be helpful.

    Thanks,
    Srikanth

  3. Hi David,

    Great Presentation – a few quick questions:
    – Would i need an appliance for each remote site, or just the main site?

    – Does it use snmp to communicate with the routers to adjust the settings?

    – Does this only work with cisco networking hardware?

    Thanks.

    -Bill

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