Broadcom is releasing DX NetOps 21.2 with new features to improve scale and speed issues, according to a press release on the company’s website. The new capabilities help address increasing network complexity as new technologies continue to be deployed. In addition to expanded coverage, Broadcom is also introducing new features to make network management simpler for users.
DX NetOps is a network monitoring and analytics software that unifies traditional systems monitoring with full-stack analysis. The solution gathers intelligence on inventory, topology, device metrics, faults, flow, and packet analysis for traditional, software-defined, and cloud-based network architectures. DX NetOps is augmented by Broadcom’s AIOps platform, bringing NetOps and AIOps together to proactively solve network problems through automated remediation capabilities.
Broadcom is introducing support for 500,000+ hyper-scale devices and 300,000+ SD-WAN tunnels with this update in addition to expanded SD-WAN, SDDC, and SD Wi-Fi coverage. Users can also discover real-time insights into network performance via modern network telemetry collection. With features like centralized security configuration and administration and enhanced alarm noise reduction, Broadcom has also made network monitoring easier than ever.
In the company’s press release, Broadcom’s General Manager, Enterprise Software Division Serge Lucio stated: “Broadcom uniquely understands the critical role the network plays in delivering digital services and why advanced levels of observability and insights are required to overcome the challenges of modern network complexity. The latest release of DX NetOps was developed to directly address these challenges with industry-leading outcomes in scale, speed, and simplicity for our customers and their networks.”
Learn more about Broadcom DX NetOps 21.2 here.
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