Viptela and SevOne Teams-Up to Provide Scalable Platform for SD-WANs

By CIOReview | Monday, March 28, 2016
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SAN JOSE, CA: SD-WAN technology company, Viptela has recently acknowledged its strategic partnership with digital infrastructure management platform provider, SevOne. The partnership will focus on providing unified and highly scalable platform to monitor Software Defined-Wide Area Networks (SD-WANs).

“The combination of Viptela and SevOne enables both mid and large enterprises to monitor their SD-WAN infrastructure and services within the same application they use to oversee the rest of their enterprise network,” says Ramesh Prabagaran, VP of Product Management and Partnerships, Viptela.

The companies have already completed the integration of the SevOne Digital Infrastructure Management Platform with Viptela’s SD-WAN platform. The integration allows data center and network operators to view health status information from the Viptela network within the SevOne dashboard to reduce the cost and complexity of managing their IT infrastructure. Viptela’s Secure Extensible Network (SEN) platform enables large enterprises to incorporate private and public IP connections such as MPLS, wireless LTE/4G, broadband and Ethernet to meet application requirements based on geographic location, and bandwidth.  

With the new partnership, customers of both the companies will get more visibility to assure the good health of their SD-WAN networks in real-time from the SevOne dashboard by integrating intelligence from vManage. Viptela’s vManage application offers configuration management and monitoring to diagnose and fix problems across WAN networks. The integration of platforms will enable customers to maintain a single, unified view of both the Viptela SD-WAN and other network devices and components across their digital infrastructure. “This partnership provides customers the visibility and agility they need to quickly identify and fix problems before they can impact network and infrastructure performance and business operations,” adds Ramesh.