ThousandEyes Partners with Juniper Networks to Visualize Hybrid WAN
January 10, 2018
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ThousandEyes announced a partnership with Juniper Networks to provide insights into network performance and application delivery across the changing hybrid wide area network (WAN) of service providers and enterprises.

The ThousandEyes solution with Juniper Networks Cloud Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) provides visibility for network operations teams into the delivery of internally hosted and SaaS applications that traverse wide area networks and the internet.

"As more and more of our customers move to cloud-centric networks to realize its cost and agility promises, the migration — often to a hybrid public/private environment — can also bring new network blind spots that, if left unchecked, can wreak havoc on service delivery, application development, SLAs and the overall end-user experience," said Mihir Maniar, VP, Product Management, Juniper Networks. "Our customers can benefit from the open architecture of Juniper CPE devices and partner ecosystem to deploy best of breed solutions of choice. The ThousandEyes solution gives customers the end-to-end visibility into their new software-centric network architecture to achieve the benefits of an agile network: new revenue streams, profitability, accelerated innovation and service delivery."

ThousandEyes provides IT and network teams with unique insights into modern enterprise network infrastructure, encompassing the internet and Cloud as part of the normal operating environment. These insights come from the constellation of network vantage points spanning the internet, within the enterprise, to the end user. Now, with the comprehensive and open network functions virtualization (NFV) solution offered by Juniper Networks Cloud CPE, which gives customers the ability to virtually deploy managed services faster, the ThousandEyes Virtual Network Function (VNF) on Juniper NFX Cloud CPE can provide customers hop-by-hop performance insights into network problems from a branch office or data center within the enterprise network, across the internet to hosted data centers or to cloud-based applications.

"IT and networks are increasingly critical to business success as organizations embrace and leverage digital technologies. To keep pace with evolving business demands and maintain high levels of application delivery performance, these enterprises need agile and robust network architectures and enhanced visibility to troubleshoot complex issues and plan effectively," said Ashwin Kedia, VP, Business Development, ThousandEyes. "We're thrilled to be working with Juniper Networks so that our mutual customers can now leverage this joint solution to benefit from insight into service topology and performance across the enterprise WAN, whether connected by MPLS, VPN or direct internet access."

ThousandEyes VNF to be deployed on Juniper Networks Cloud CPE is generally available.

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