The Iris Network Traffic Analyzer is eEye's award-winning vulnerability forensics solution addressing the network traffic analysis and reporting needs that security professionals face today. Iris provides the technology for continuous, automated problem identification, reporting, and integrated filtering capabilities that go beyond the capture, filter, and decode capabilities of traditional network analysis.
Iris captures network traffic and can automatically reassemble it to its native format, making it much easier to analyze the data going across the network. Security and IT professionals can read the actual text of an email exactly as it was sent, or reconstruct exact HTML pages that a user has visited. Iris also provides a variety of statistical measurements allowing companies to proactively identify — and take the steps to eliminate — performance issues before they can result in downtime.
In the words of a survey of nineteenth-century Italian opera, published by the Corriere della sera to mark the turning of the century, Mascagni was "condemned to a masterpiece": after the triumph of Cavalleria rusticana nothing less would do. He lived for another 55 years, and although some of his 14 subsequent operas were immensely successful for a while (he claimed that Iris was better received than Cavalleria, and there was a near-riot of enthusiasm at the premiere of Il piccolo Marat) none was judged by the critics to be the awaited 'masterpiece', and nearly all had fallen from the repertory by the end of his life.
The introspective scope of DeMent's first two records expands to tackle global topics like religion, sexual abuse and war on the tough-talking The Way I Should Be, a more rock-influenced offering including cameo appearances from Mark Knopfler, Lonnie Mack and Delbert McClinton (who duets on "Trouble").