One thing that we're able to do or that we wanted to do was be able visualize. A lot of this is back to visualization, whether you're talking about planning, or operations, or specific segments of the network, it's visualization. What we wanted to do is be able to visualize the bandwidth coming in from our internet providers, the flow data coming in from our internet providers, what's happening with our load balancers, what's happening with our firewalls.
What we're able to do is actually get to a point where there were like 70 pieces of infrastructure represents to one pane of glass, and the operators got so skilled at understanding and interpreting this they could determine- Is it DDoS? If it is DDoS, is it directed at DDoS, or is it something that's actually going wrong with the application, the back end that's making it look like DDoS? It's very important, again, to have that one visual pane of glass where you can visualize all of the elements that make up your DMZ and your internet facing infrastructure to help diagnose those issues.