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Company Overview of Observable Networks, Inc.
Observable Networks, Inc. provides network security technology and threat detection services that identify compromised and misused networked devices. It offers continuous device profiling technology, which includes a cloud-based service platform incorporating automated security analytics and real-time traffic sensors to continuously model all devices on networks all the time. The company also provides a network security-as-a-service solution that analyzes the behavior of all network devices. Observable Networks, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in St. Louis, Missouri.
200 South Hanley Road
St. Louis, MO 63105
Founded in 2011
Key Executives for Observable Networks, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director
Chief Operating Officer and Director
Vice President and General Manager of Corporate Marketing & Ecommerce
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Observable Networks, Inc. Key Developments
Observable Networks Inc. Announces Executive Appointments
Dec 1 15
Observable Networks Inc. announced two new additions to their growing executive team. Ron Sterbenz was named Vice President and General Manager of Corporate Marketing and eCommerce. Mr. Sterbenz will drive all facets of Observable's corporate marketing and web commerce efforts, from demand-to-fulfillment, billing, brand development, strategic marketing and demand generation. In addition, Jim Reilly was appointed Vice President of Sales. In his role, Mr. Reilly will be responsible for developing and executing the company's go-to-market sales strategies including direct, inside sales and partner/channel programs. Sterbenz was previously chief marketing officer of Telx, where he was responsible for a complete brand makeover as well as public relations, marketing and product development. Reilly has held sales leadership roles for the past 20 years with MFS WorldCom, and more recently, with Equinix where he was instrumental in developing the company's sales strategies and driving revenue growth in the finance, media and enterprise markets.
Observable Networks Releases ONA Source Code For IT Security
Oct 13 15
Observable Networks Inc. announced extensions to the Observable Network Appliance (ONA) source code, which are available as an open source project under the Apache version 2.0 license. Observable Networks has always published the source of ONA's IP traffic metadata collection software, and today's announcement is the next step in Observable's commitment to understanding device roles and behaviors within networks. The capabilities are now publicly available: The IP traffic metadata collector. The NetFlow metadata collector. The SNMP and Syslog notification publishers. Various operating system integration scripts. A Docker file for monitoring containerized applications. The project's documentation also includes information on how to install the ONA on various platforms.
Observable Networks, Inc. Launches Network Monitoring Utilizing Amazon Virtual Private Cloud Flow Logs
Oct 5 15
Observable Networks Inc. launched a new feature of its patented Dynamic Endpoint Modeling security service. With this new capability, Observable's Dynamic Endpoint Modeling solution now can effectively monitor network activity across virtual servers on Amazon Web Services. AWS's recently introduced Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Flow Log capability powers Observable's Dynamic Endpoint Modeling on the AWS cloud. Amazon VPC Flow Logs enable logging of all the IP traffic in a virtual private cloud network, and thus serve as a valuable primary or supplementary input to endpoint modeling. By simply and automatically retrieving VPC flow logs within AWS cloud environments, Observable's customers can now monitor their AWS footprint along with their other on-premises assets within a single, highly accurate service. Incorporating Amazon VPC Flow Logs for security monitoring in a virtual private cloud environment is a valuable addition to a customer's approach to threat detection. Benefits include: No need to deploy monitoring agents to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances in the VPC environment; traffic records do not need to be routed out of the VPC through an intermediate host or through the VPC's public Internet connection; AWS customers get highly accurate Observable behavior models with a simple configuration setting in their Observable portal; and customers can secure and monitor a diverse application infrastructure, spanning enterprise, hybrid IT architectures, and public cloud environments with a single security solution.
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