Entuity Network Analytics Drives Efficiency and Innovation for Today’s IT Organizations

United States, Massachusetts, Boston – 05-01-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — New auto-discovery, Meraki and NSX enhancements enable greater infrastructure visibility and productivity for IT Staff

 Entuity®, the definitive source of network analytics has announced its newest release of its award-winning Entuity Network Analytics (ENA) solution.  ENA increases IT operations productivity with enhanced auto-discovery capabilities and more device support for greater visibility of vital network services for businesses of all sizes. ENA empowers service providers and enterprises with enhanced auto-discovery abilities that allow creation of multiple discovery profiles.  MSPs and enterprises can now individually discover, partition and manage all their customer networks or divisions simultaneously to cater to the unique needs of each customer.  Enterprises with multiple divisions have a clear view of what is comprised in each division’s network making it more efficient to see exactly what requires attention. For organizations using Cisco Meraki’s cloud environment, ENA provides device support for the entire Cisco Meraki product line such as switches, wireless LAN, security and even security cameras. ENA makes use of the cloud API and SNMP traps to see the Cisco Meraki cloud environment from the platform’s perspective, as well as directly monitoring the Meraki devices themselves via the SNMP/API. This addition improves visibility of the Cisco Meraki device stack helping to ensure its network performance is maximized.” VMware NSX powers connectivity and security for data across data centers and hybrid cloud and edge environments.? ENA’s enhanced VMware NSX support allows IT Managers to enable flow data to be captured and analyzed by extracting VM endpoint details for both native IP flows as well as NSX VXLAN-encapsulated traffic. Now VM to VM conversation statistics can be reviewed for data traffic performance monitoring.  This is another way to keep a virtual cloud network functioning optimally. “Entuity is continually innovating.  This new ENA release provides more device coverage and MSP features that reaffirms our strategy of consistently listening to our customers,” said Lee Walker, CTO of Entuity.  “Our technical team and customers’ input directs us towards the most valuable new features and technologies that will help optimize their networks.  Ultimately, ENA reduces operational risks, supports revenue growth and maintains an outstanding end-user experience.” About EntuityEntuity Network Analytics provides network intelligence you can trust for faster insight, proactive monitoring and efficient management of today’s most complex networks.  Designed for enterprises and MSPs, our enterprise-ready analytics support the digital workplace by simplifying network performance monitoring ensuring that the network delivers great end-user experiences. ENA easily integrates with major frameworks. Entuity’s technical support and services teams are frequently praised for their rapid response, networking expertise and involvement in special engagements. Founded in 1997 by two senior-level IT executives from the financial industry, Entuity is headquartered in London with US operations in Boston. For more information, visit entuity.com.Entuity is a registered trademark of Entuity, Ltd.  All other marks and names mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

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