Beta Distribution has been appointed as Flowmon Networks authorised distributor. Founded in 2007, Flowmon provide network monitoring and security solutions for businesses to manage and secure their computer networks.
Flowmon have developed a comprehensive platform for flow-based (NetFlow/IPFIX) network monitoring and security. The solution includes everything needed to get complete network traffic visibility and analysis: high-performance flow statistics generating probes for the monitoring of all types of networks up to 100 Gbps, powerful collectors to display and analyse network traffic and modules for advanced functions and analysis.
Tony Howard, Enterprise Strategy and Operations Manager at Beta commented. ‘Signing a leading Cyber Security vendor means we can enable our resellers to deliver a solution to their clients that will manage their increasingly complex IT environment, ensuring the reliability, availability and security of their business is made easy within demanding environments’.
He added. ‘Flowmon are already recognised as a leading provider in the industry. Their solution has been recognised by Gartner, recommended by Cisco, Check Point and IBM, and they are one of the fastest growing companies in the industry’.
Flowmon’s VP of Sales EMEA, Frank Dupker, commented “We are strengthening Flowmon’s presence in UK and I am glad that Beta will help us to grow there. Our solution is appreciated by both channel partners, allowing them to complement their portfolio with a top-notch monitoring technology, and customers, enabling them the get a deep understanding and control of their networks’. He continued. ‘Flowmon’s engine uses advanced algorithmics and machine learning in order to deal with operational and security issues. Thanks to its unique combination of features, network and security experts can ensure smooth run of crucial business services’.
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