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MARS(Appliance Of Cisco)   OR   STRM(Appliance Of Juniper)___which of these is better

Posted on 2010-11-28
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hello everybody
we have a enterprise network inclusive cisco swiches and juniper(ISG2000) Firewall.
we want monitor-trace events and traffic in network.
so please help us sake  appliance selection (MARS-Cisoo  or  STRM-Juniper)
tnx
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AFAIK, Cisco MARS is for cisco mainly kit (someone please correct me if I am wring here) but Juniper STRM is actually Q1 Labs Q radar product with a juniper badge.  It does deal with a lot more devices than cisco, so it doesnt just need to be the cisco and junper kit you have, but also other devices.

Also, STRM is one of the few SIEM devices thatcan accept and analyse flow data from the network devices.  It accepts sflow, netflow, jflow and packeteer flow info.

Take note though, STRM is not a cheap option but it does seem to do the most.
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because the answer is not so complete that i expect
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