Microsoft Message Analyzer has been released to the public
Itâ€™s a very exciting week for me and my team! This week Iâ€™m attending the SNIA SDC 2012 conference in Santa Clara, CA and this is where we will announce Message Analyzer. There are so many new features and aspects to discuss, but for now Iâ€™ll leave you with the official announcement:
Con esta entrada Paul E Long anunciÃ³ que fue liberado Microsoft Message Analyzer
catalogado como el "sucesor" de Microsoft Network Monitor.
CaracterÃsticas:Integrated "live" event and message capture at various system levels and endpoints
Parsing and validation of protocol messages and sequences
Automatic parsing of event messages described by ETW manifests
Summarized grid display â€“ top level is â€œoperationsâ€, (requests matched with responses)
User controlled "on the fly" grouping by message attributes
Ability to browse for logs of different types (.cap, .etl, .txt) and import them together
Automatic re-assembly and ability to render payloads
Ability to import text logs, parsing them into key element/value pairs
Support for â€œTrace Scenariosâ€ (one or more message providers, filters, and views)
Se dice que es mucho mas que un network sniffer o que una utilidad de packet tracing.
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