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NFA is officially out of Beta!

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    NFA LaunchedIt’s been almost a year since our first NFA Beta commit. Since then, we’ve seen the product achieve widespread interest and the rapidly growing adoption. And today, we’re thrilled to announce that NFA has officially left beta.

    The product has matured and evolved into a state of the art network analytics system. None of this would have been possible without the incredible support we’ve received from our users. You’ve made all of this possible and we’re honored to continue building a tool and a service that makes network traffic analysis an enjoyable experience.

    What’s changing?

    The Noction Flow Analyzer Open Beta program is now transitioning into a paid service with the flat price of $299/month and the BGP addon at $199/month with up to 10k FPS. As initially envisioned, there is no limit on the number of devices, interfaces, or sites that can be added to the system. Free updates to new releases and premium 24/7 support are also available to all NFA users.

    Please note that all Open Beta licenses will expire on Oct 13th, 2020 11:59 pm PDT. If you haven’t done so yet, now is the best time to request and apply the commercial NFA license should you want to continue using the product.

    What’s coming next?

    You’ll continue to see features released on a monthly basis for NFA.

    Here’s a preview of what we’re working on and what to expect in the upcoming versions:

    • Entropy-based Threat Detection
    • Automatic Application Identification
    • Full MPLS Visibility
    • Detailed & Customizable Reports

    Stay tuned. There is more to come!