VMware Introduces vRealize Network Insight 4.0
November 07, 2018
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VMware unveiled vRealize Network Insight 4.0.

The latest release will be able to troubleshoot application connectivity in hybrid and multi-cloud environments. New functionality will enable customers to troubleshoot the path between a virtual machine (VM) on-premises to an EC2 instance in Amazon Web Services (AWS).

VMware vRealize Network Insight 4.0 will also introduce comprehensive visibility across underlay and overlay networks including sflow support, new visibility for VMware NSX-T topology and events as well as support for Cisco ACI underlay and Cisco ASA firewall.

Available as packaged software and as a VMware Cloud Service, VMware vRealize Network Insight helps customers to accelerate application security and networking across private, public and hybrid clouds.

For VMware NSX customers, vRealize Network Insight helps drive successful outcomes no matter the stage of NSX adoption.

VMware Skyline, a proactive customer support technology, automates data collection to proactively review a customer’s VMware environment. The service provides prescriptive recommendations to improve overall environmental health and performance, and includes VMware Skyline Log Assis t— which eliminates the time-consuming process of manually uploading log files needed by Technical Support Engineers to assist customers with solving technical challenges.

VMware vRealize Network Insight 4.0 is expected to be available by end of VMware's fiscal year 2019 (Feb. 1, 2019).

VMware Skyline proactive findings and recommendations will be available within vRealize Operations.

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