New Architecture Provides Industry’s First Persistent, Continuous,
and Automated Discovery of Application, Infrastructure, and End-User
Transaction Performance in Dynamic Environments
“As VMware ushers in a new era of complexity with virtualized networks, businesses are about to find themselves at a critical inflection point. Virtualization may be the way forward, but navigating these waters will be rife with challenges,” said
The technology%2Farista-networks%2F&esheet=50695380&newsitemid=20130822005152&lan=en-US&anchor=ExtraHop-Arista+Persistent+Monitoring+Architecture&index=5&md5=6b4f84a63a054f5383b28c07f3878bb7">ExtraHop-Arista Persistent Monitoring Architecture capitalizes on Data ANalyZer (DANZ) capabilities in the Arista Extensible Operating System (EOS), delivering deep integration that enables IT teams to programmatically direct traffic to ExtraHop’s Context and Correlation Engine (CCE) for persistent mobile visibility derived from real-time IT operations analytics. The joint solution dynamically adapts to changes in the software-defined datacenter, automatically discovering, classifying, and mapping dependencies of all applications and infrastructure and their performance. This functionality is accomplished without the use of agents, delivering persistent L2–L7 visibility across all network, infrastructure, application, and end-user transactions before, during, and after changes are made to the environment. This deep, cross-tier visibility dramatically reduces the risks associated with the continuous provisioning, de-provisioning, and migration of VMs in the datacenter.