Experience The Power of Machine Learning in TCPWave's Charts

Improve vigilance with our early warning system for network defense


Predict, protect, and optimize with TCPWave DDI's machine learning integration.

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, organizations face the daunting challenge of managing complex DDI infrastructures while ensuring optimal performance, security, and scalability. TCPWave, a leading provider of DDI management solutions, has harnessed the power of machine learning to revolutionize the way organizations visualize and analyze their DDI data. By integrating machine learning algorithms into the DDI statistics charts, we offer unparalleled insights, proactive monitoring, and actionable intelligence for efficient DDI management.

Early Detection of DDI-Based Attacks

  •  TCPWave's Outlier Detection process can quickly identify and flag unusual patterns in DNS/DHCP traffic.

Improved Efficiency and Resource Allocation

  • By automating the analysis of large volumes of DNS/DHCP traffic data, machine learning algorithms significantly improve the efficiency of capacity planning and forecasting processes.

Enhanced Anomaly Detection

  • Machine learning models, utilizing statistical techniques, can effectively identify anomalies in DNS query volume charts.

Data-Driven Insights and Decision-Making

  • Machine learning in capacity planning and forecasting for DNS query volume charts provides valuable data-driven insights.
Advanced DNS and DHCP Attack Detection

With the power of TCPWave's Outlier Detection, you can effectively analyze DNS and DHCP traffic patterns to identify irregularities and spikes that may indicate DNS or DHCP-based attacks, including amplification, fast flux techniques, or rogue DHCP servers. The Outlier Detection process provides early warnings and enables proactive mitigation strategies by swiftly detecting abnormal query or response volumes and DHCP lease rates originating from specific sources or domains. This robust approach strengthens the security of DNS and DHCP infrastructure, safeguarding it against potential cyber threats.

Automated Capacity Planning and Resource Optimization

Our DDI solution harnesses the automation capabilities of machine learning to analyze vast amounts of DNS and DHCP traffic data, significantly reducing the time and effort required for manual analysis. This automation streamlines the capacity planning and forecasting processes, allowing organizations to allocate their resources optimally based on predicted demand. By leveraging the insights provided by machine learning, businesses can achieve greater operational efficiency and make well-informed decisions to ensure optimal performance and scalability of their DNS and DHCP infrastructure.

Anomaly Detection and Mitigation

With the integration of Outlier Detection, our DDI solution can detect anomalies in DNS and DHCP traffic, identifying deviations from normal behavior. By analyzing historical data and leveraging statistical measures, such as median absolute deviation (MAD), the process can identify anomalies in query volumes, response times, DHCP lease rates, and other relevant metrics. Prompt alerts and proactive mitigation strategies can then be initiated to address potential issues, minimizing disruptions and enhancing the overall stability of the DNS and DHCP services. These anomalies may indicate network congestion, server failures, or abnormal user behavior.


By analyzing historical DNS traffic patterns and trends, organizations can gain a deeper understanding of seasonal variations, periodic spikes in demand, or gradual changes in traffic patterns. This knowledge allows for more informed decision-making, improved resource allocation, and better preparation for future scalability needs. TCPWave's Titan threat intelligence uses machine learning algorithms to provide comprehensive insights into DNS/DHCP traffic patterns and anomalies. Outlier detection tracks metrics like CPU, memory, disk, DNS queries per second (QPS), and DHCP leases per second (LPS). Statistical measures aid in anomaly identification, triggering actions in the fault management system. This integrated approach ensures efficient capacity planning, proactive threat detection, and improved DDI infrastructure management.