The Modern Network puts applications and the end-user experience at the forefront by providing a secure network on-demand that easily meets connectivity and performance objectives, across on-premises and cloud environments.
Legacy network approaches lack the scale and intrinsic security across a global business fabric, leading to accelerated adoption of SD-WAN and the emergence of Secure Access Services Edge (SASE).
Tool, process and policy sprawl on multi-cloud is real. The Modern Network implements global load balancing and common application-level performance objectives that initiate corrective actions when objectives are not met.
An end-to-end self-healing network requires data convergence and network intelligence that can detect, analyze, report and automatically apply remediation using self-healing workflows across the end-user application journey.
ESG analysts Doug Cahill and John Grady share results from a survey of IT decision makers, exploring cloud priorities, hybrid cloud adoption and the complexities in achieving consistent policy and centralized control in multi-cloud deployments.
The modern internal firewall is software-based and designed to protect large volumes of East-West traffic without sacrificing security coverage, network performance or operational agility.
Enterprises are seeking enhanced availability and resiliency in an always-on application environment. Learn how built-in fault isolation converts complex resiliency and disaster recovery designs into a simple to operate, highly resilient network infrastructure.
Managing infrastructure, networks, clouds and applications is complex. Learn about a new approach that mathematically analyzes the network so that you can be confident the right thing is going to happen, or, if there’s a problem, understand the root cause.
Manage the scale and volume of machine-generated data with intuitive visibility and intelligence across all clouds. Make debugging real-time network traffic easy with the Distributed Firewall Logging capability of vRealize Log Insight.