VMware has decided to jump into the network assurance and analytics game by agreeing to acquire Veriflow. This company is the brainchild of Brighton Godfrey of Stanford fame. The mathematical models that Veriflow uses to predict failure points and ensure consistency are amazing. Pairing this technology with VMware NSX is going to be a massive win for organizations where network availability is critical.
Make sure you check out the Veriflow videos recorded in 2017 at Networking Field Day 16.
Read more at: vInfrastructure Blog VMware acquires Veriflow
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