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The Barrier

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The Barrier is our response to protect our customers from cyber attacks.

We have build a worldwide chain of high-end computers who detect malicious attacks towards our customers.



Our customers have place their websites behind us, so our Barrier receives their traffic, filters it, and delivers to our customers' server only filtered traffic, free of malicious attacks.


Performance Monitoring

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The follow-up of data-processing applications Quality of Service requires powerful tools and accurate competences. The produced and published data must make it possible to appreciate with accuracy the infrastructure Quality of Service total level and the real defects impact on users.

Performance Managers has developed a whole set of tools and competences to quickly implement an application monitoring platform, making it possible to measure data-processing applications Quality of Service, to validate measurements adequacy to the Contract of Service, to provide clear data for the defects resolution, and to even start preventive actions before real users do not feel the impacts of them.


Monitoring or Monitoring?

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When people come to talk about monitoring, each one has his own understanding of what is Monitoring.

Not so often people know that there are different kinds of monitoring. We will try to give some definitions.

First, you have 2 main kinds of IT systems monitoring: performance monitoring and availability monitoring.

Performance monitoring tries to give an image of the ongoing performances of the system, while availability monitoring only tests if the system is accessible, whatever the performances are.

But within these 2 large categories, there are many kinds of monitoring, each giving more or less information on the monitored system.

The answer to availability monitoring questions is always yes or not while the answer to performance monitoring questions is a time measure or a percentage. Obvious?


Performance Booster

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Within minutes, you can bring down your website load of up to 60% without losing any user hit.

More easy is difficult!

You just have to enroll in our Performance Booster Program, and we will serve for you all your static content to your visitors.

Images, javascript files, CSS files, HTML static pages will be stored on our servers and send to your visitors on request.

These files represent from 20 to 60% of visitors hits, and if we manage them for you, it will be up to 60% less hits to your servers, 60% less traffic on your connexion links, 60% less CPU, 60% less disk accesses.


Interpol Calls For Global Effort To Battle Cybercrime

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Interpol's Secretary General says the private sector needs to become much more involved in law enforcement investigations to give police the edge they need.

Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble this week called for the creation of an integrated cybercrime investigative to combat the growing threat.

Noble pushed the idea of setting up a network that would enable police anywhere in the world to immediately identify and obtain help from security researchers and investigators in other countries 24 hours a day. He also called for building up information shares called National Central Reference Points and connecting them using Interpol's secure global police communications system, known as I-24/7.

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