Easy Installation & Start Up of Open Source Monitoring, Analysis and Security Applications
Leveraging the Power of Open Source and 3rd Party Applications
Government agency, service provider and commercial enterprise IT and Security Managers want to leverage 3rd party and open source applications within their networks. Rapid deployment of such applications on high performance platforms reduces overall IT costs while delivering state of the art network monitoring, analysis and security solutions.
Significantly reduce the time, effort and resources required to identify, source and deploy open source applications.
- Easy Access
Instant access to open source applications, downloadable at no charge.
- Simplified Implementation
Includes a RPM package of the software files, documents and configuration files native to the open source software as well as application profiles and initialization scripts.
- Industry Leading Cyber Application Platform
Bivio Cyber Security Application Platforms are high performance, fully programmable, standard Linux network appliances, supporting one or many applications on a single platform.
Several leading edge open source cyber applications are available to and are being deployed by corporate and government IT and security managers today, particularly to address network security, flow analysis, and traffic monitoring requirements. Some of the most frequently deployed cyber security applications and tools are described below.
Easy Installation & Start Up
Bivio Networks has significantly reduced the time, effort and resources required to identify, source and deploy open source applications for network monitoring, analysis and security solutions. Our Application Library provides many leading 3rd party and open source applications certified on the family of Bivio Cyber Security Application Platforms.
As a value-added service, Bivio can also pre-install the open source applications on new orders for Bivio Cyber Security Application Platforms. Contact us for more information.
For the last decade, the use of open source software (OSS) in corporate and government environments has steadily increased, a fact not only due to the significant number of available applications but also to the widespread acknowledgement of the technological and business advantages that are realized with OSS deployments.