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Learn how you can analyze and visualize TCP metrics (such as Zero Windows, aborts and throttling) to gain full visibility of your applications.
Learn the basics of ITOA and operational analytics, including why it works and how it helps grow your profits.
Data derived from traditional RUM solutions lacks context. ExtraHop merges RUM metrics from Boomerang.js with wire data insights for more relevant results.
Learn how to choose the right chart types to surface the most valuable data in your ExtraHop Dashboards.
Interested in extracting valuable insight from your HL7 data in real time? Check out our step by step guide to using and customizing ExtraHop's HL7 analytics.
Collect metrics to see who is scanning your systems for HTTP.sys range-based attacks, which systems are scanned, and overall HTTP request rates.
Nojan provides a practical methodology for creating well-designed and useful ExtraHop dashboards to visualize your wire data.
ExtraHop gives you the visibility needed to ensure you're in good shape for the impending ICD-10 conversion. Don't wonder if you're compliant. Know you are!
Learn about wire, machine, agent, and synthetic data, the four data sets that are essential for any ITOA practice.
If a malicious user set up an FTP server and sent sensitive data outside, would you know? We show you how sysadmins can understand real-time FTP traffic.
Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer Colin Walker explains why he joined ExtraHop and his vision for a wire data analytics community.
This scenario shows how the ExtraHop-FireEye integration enables you to track the attack from the initial compromise to the final data exfiltration.
The ExtraHop solution for detecting Backoff malware can be implemented in minutes, requires no agents, and will not affect production systems.
By analyzing HL7 transactions on the wire, healthcare organizations can gain insight into a wealth of clinical and operations data.
Looking for an easy way to identify systems using SSL version 3.0 (SSLv3)? The free ExtraHop Discovery Edition makes the process extremely simple!
The Shellshock Over HTTP bundle works with the ExtraHop Enterprise Edition and the free ExtraHop Discovery Edition that you can download.
IT teams have plenty of data. What they lack is visibility and insight. What the IT monitoring industry needs is a data liberation front.
To stop advanced persistent threats, IT needs to suspect users inside the perimeter, even if they are approved accounts using approved ports and private keys.
When troubleshooting network issues, you need to not only see which users and applications are using the network, but also how efficiently they are using it.