There’s big news from Verizon Enterprise Solutions and SevOne today. As the announcement from Verizon details, we are collaborating with Verizon Enterprise on solutions that overcome the network visibility challenges that many enterprise customers are experiencing in their infrastructure transformation.
More and more companies are looking to next-generation infrastructure, such as software-defined networking services, to support their business goals and increase business agility. As these new environments are markedly complex and difficult to scale, many of the legacy infrastructure management tools cannot support them. SevOne and Verizon Enterprise Solutions are joining forces to fill in this gap, and deliver added levels of visibility into the performance of Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD WAN) and Virtual Network Services to Verizon’s enterprise clients.
The collaboration between SevOne and Verizon gives organizations that have already moved toward next-generation virtualized environments the ability to proactively manage more of their infratstructure, visualize and report in real time, and troubleshoot at scale. This is achieved by using an integrated Web interface to gain an end-to-end view of services spanning the physical and virtual network.
Using these virtual networking services, IT professionals can analyze the performance of the hybrid WAN to enhance delivery of application to users; measure disparate metrics in a single-services view spanning the SD WAN, application performance and supporting infrastructure; automate baseline performance metrics that drive predictive alerts on service performance; unify performance metrics across network, security, and applications; and, provide speed to intelligence at scale across the global enterprise footprint.
This collaboration between SevOne and Verizon delivers virtual business services that increase reliability, agility and efficiency that will help clients accelerate innovation and maintain a competitive edge through simplified management and cost control. To read the full announcement from Verizon, click here.