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WebSpy to launch next-generation network traffic log analysis software at CeBIT Australia 2005

  • 14 April, 2005 10:22

<p>Sydney, April 14, 2005 - International software developer WebSpy will demonstrate a beta version of its network traffic log analysis software, Network Analyzer, at CeBIT Australia 2005.</p>
<p>Best known for its web/email monitoring and reporting applications, WebSpy’s Network Analyzer takes TCP/IP traffic analysis to a new level of interrogation and transparency for network traffic management. Aimed at IT Managers and system administrators, Network Analyzer is designed to provide in-depth visibility and reporting through all levels of the TCP/IP network stack.</p>
<p>“Network administrators and IT managers are increasingly demanding greater transparency and accountability of network resources through the use of interrogation software,” said Jack Andrys, CEO, WebSpy.
“The focus is on prioritising existing network resources to support critical IP-based applications, while balancing the demands of the day-to-day business against available resources. This level of visibility provides for careful capacity planning for future demands.”</p>
<p>WebSpy developed Network Analyzer as a direct result of customer requests for more advanced network traffic log analysis. When used in conjunction with WebSpy’s real-time monitoring application Network Live, alerts can be configured to immediately notify the administrator of breaches in network traffic usage. Additional levels of visibility are provided through the management console with a range of charts and diagrams displaying the flow of traffic between organisational subnets and VLANs, computers, network equipment and ports.</p>
<p>Network Analyzer also provides for all levels of historical analysis of network traffic log files and incorporates configurable triggers to analyse particular patterns of network traffic behaviour.
WebSpy is inviting existing and new customers to register for a beta trial of Network Analyzer. Registrations can be completed at http://www.webspy.com.au/beta/register.aspx. WebSpy will exhibit at the Microsoft stand from May 25 to 26, and at the West Australian Government stand (K22) throughout the entire event.</p>
<p>About WebSpy Ltd
WebSpy Ltd (ASX:WSY) (www.webspy.com), a Microsoft Certified Partner, is a Perth-based developer of Internet and email monitoring and management tools. The company was started in 1994. It also has offices in Seattle and London and is enjoying international sales success with its WebSpy family of products. These include:</p>
<p>* WebSpy Analyzer Standard: Historical Internet analysis and reporting tool..</p>
<p>* WebSpy Analyzer Premium and WebSpy Analyzer Giga: Historical Internet and email analysis and reporting tools, Giga for enterprise clients.
* WebSpy Live: Real-time Internet and email monitoring and management.</p>
<p>* WebSpy Sentinel: Full content data capture device.
Analyzer Standard Suite: Internet analysis tool, incorporating WebSpy Live real-time monitoring.</p>
<p>* Analyzer Premium Suite: Internet and email analysis tool, incorporating WebSpy Live real-time monitoring.</p>
<p>* WebSpy ISA Server Suite: Integrated WebSpy Internet monitoring tool and Microsoft® Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000 (ISA Server 2000).</p>
<p>* FlowMonitor (beta version): The first Windows-based tool to monitor Cisco’s NetFlow output, containing invaluable information on network traffic.</p>
<p>Media contacts</p>
<p>Tom Fallon
Marketing Manager
WebSpy Ltd
Tel: 08 9321 3322
Email: tom@webspy.com</p>
<p>Teresa Lane
Watterson Marketing Communications
Consultant
Tel: 02 9437 6122
Email: teresa.lane@watterson.com.au</p>

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