VMware vRealize Network Insight helps you build an optimized, highly available and secure network infrastructure across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. It provides network visibility and analytics to accelerate micro-segmentation security, minimize risk during application migration, optimize network performance and confidently manage and scale NSX, SD-WAN Velocloud, and Kubernetes deployments.
vRealize Network Insight Cloud
Explore vRealize Network Insight Cloud, the SaaS version of the product, delivering full scale and feature parity, with support for SDDC, Amazon AWS, VMware Cloud on AWS, Microsoft Azure and VeloCloud by VMware.
Hundreds of customers have adopted vRealize Network Insight to drive Intelligent SDDC Networking and Security Operations in their data centers.
Announcing vRealize Network Insight 5.3
vRealize Network Insight 5.3 enables end-to-end network visibility, troubleshooting, and analytics across hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
Key Features and Benefits of vRealize Network Insight
Build a highly available and secure network infrastructure across multi-cloud environments.
See the full list of ports and protocols used in vRealize Network Insight here.
vRealize Network Insight requires a Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox Web browser. See the system requirements page for further details.
The minimum resource requirements for vRealize Network Insight Platform OVA are:
The minimum resource requirements for vRealize Network Insight Proxy OVA are:
See our system requirements page for more information.
Test drive VMware vRealize Network Insight with the vRealize Network Insight Hands-on Lab, where you can evaluate the features and learn about micro-segmentation. Hands-on labs are free, up and running on your browser in minutes, and require no installation.
vRealize Network Insight is IPFIX-based, so it’s not meant to be a real-time monitor. For application monitoring, consider VMware Wavefront.
Yes, you can use vRealize Network Insight to analyze traffic flows in your data center. At least two hours of data collection must occur before starting the flow analysis. Follow these steps:
See the Analyze Traffic Flows document for more information.