Broadcom Releases DX NetOps
May 19, 2020
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Broadcom announced the availability of DX NetOps powered by Broadcom Silicon,an AI-driven, high scale operations monitoring and analytics solution.

Captured at the chip level for advanced network triage and remediation, DX NetOps delivers fine-grain per packet and flow level visibility to mitigate complex network congestion.

“Today’s businesses are now hyper-connected, reliant upon complex infrastructures, multi-cloud environments connecting billions of devices through a mesh of networks. This means more congestion and less visibility to triage the delivery of today’s digital experience,” said Serge Lucio, VP and GM, Enterprise Software Division, Broadcom. “In this complex environment, businesses demand a new approach to network monitoring to solve the new network congestion issue, one that is AI-driven, self-healing and powered by silicon.”

Broadcom provides next-generation high-scale operations monitoring that simplifies 5G, IoT, Cloud and SD-WAN deployments by applying AI and ML to the rich granular data captured at the chip level— enabling a unique automated AI-driven solution that remediates network congestion.

DX NetOps leverages AIOps from Broadcom and acts as a trusted proof point for the IT Operations analytics offered in BizOps from Broadcom. AIOps from Broadcom includes new intelligent recommendations and auto-remediation capabilities that help IT teams predict and prevent problems before they impact user experience.

“SD-WAN, 5G and edge compute technologies are key enablers for network agility but their dynamic nature introduces unique monitoring challenges, making it more difficult to detect, debug and remediate problems that degrade service delivery,” said Sudip Datta, head of AIOps and Monitoring, Enterprise Software Division, Broadcom. “DX NetOps powered by Broadcom silicon and BroadView™ Telemetry provides unparalleled granular, per-packet and flow-level insights that could potentially save our customers millions of dollars in lost revenue due to network bottlenecks.”

“Artificial Intelligence has the potential to fundamentally transform the networking landscape and deliver superior network optimization,” said Ram Velaga, SVP and GM, Core Switching Group, Broadcom. “AI capabilities critically depend on the quality and depth of the data. Powered by Broadcom silicon, BroadView Instrumentation delivers real-time network telemetry at packet level granularity in a scalable manner to differentiate the DX NetOps AI-driven next-gen network monitoring solution in the industry.”

Broadcom enhanced its analytic capabilities in the DX NetOps platform that now enables network operations teams to reliably deliver applications experiences over SD-WAN technologies built on Silver Peak, VMware (VeloCloud) and 128 Technology. Enhanced application-aware optimization technology allows enterprises to centralize real-time application monitoring across their multi-vendor SD-WAN deployments in a unified view that includes existing multi-vendor network devices, infrastructure layers and applications.

With the rise of modern architectures required to support digital business initiatives, it is imperative that enterprises have comprehensive visibility coupled with AI and machine learning capabilities to truly understand application behavior and optimize their SD-WAN investments.

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