What’s New?! – Amazon S3 Bucket Processing + More
Our current focus is the Cloud but that won’t always be our only delivery model. Packetloop will be available on premise but we have a lot to deliver and the Cloud allows us to demonstrate what the product is capable of – fast and iteratively.
In the last week we added some cool new features and we will continue to add cool new things every week. Obviously the ones that Customers need go in first. Here is a summary of the 1.0 releases.
Amazon S3 Bucket Processing
|Select Upload Files and then S3 Bucket|
|Select a Capture Point and specify your Bucket Name|
|Select the files you want to process and submit|
The packet captures are copied directly from bucket to bucket avoiding the requirement to download and re-upload the data. It’s simple and fast! After the files are copied they are processed as normal by Packetloop.
Command Line Upload
Some customers roll their full packet captures over based on time (e.g. 1 hour) or based on size (e.g. 100Mb) and wanted an easy way of getting these captures into Packetloop. We brought forward enough of our API functionality to allow you to login, list/create capture points and upload files. Here’s an example of how to do this using cURL. So now when Customers roll their captures they can fire the script and upload to Packetloop and the next time they login the data will have been processed.