Cumulus Networks Intros NetQ 2.0
April 24, 2019
Networks introduced version 2.0 of NetQ, a
highly scalable modern network operations
toolset delivering real-time actionable
insights and operational intelligence about
the health of data center networks — from
the container, virtual machine, or host, all
the way to the switch and port. As the next
level of visibility into Cumulus Linux, NetQ
provides fabric-wide visibility, full
lifecycle management, closed-loop automation
and is one step closer along the journey to
intent-based networking. With a new
graphical user interface (GUI), preventative
validation and open API integrations,
network operators can easily build open,
scalable infrastructure, troubleshoot, and
achieve clear network visibility – reducing
costly business disruptions.
NetQ performs three primary functions:
Data analytics leveraging robust algorithms
Data visualization through a rich GUI for actionable insights
With NetQ, network operations change from a
manual, reactive, box-by-box approach to an
automated, informed and agile one greatly
reducing network downtime and freeing up
network operators time.
Cloud-scale architecture that offers massive
horizontal scaling, which parallels the
largest cloud companies.
Deep analytics with L1-L3 insights, including a network overlay view for actionable insights that provide visibility into and intelligence about the health of the network.
Any-Linux data aggregation delivers more real-time and historical data than any other operations tool set with a view that extends from the container, virtual machine, or host, all the way to the switch and port.
Rest APIs for extraction to a wide variety of third-party tools for development of desired integrations, offering unparalleled flexibility.
Diagnostic troubleshooting with validation, trace and proactive alerting.
Kubernetes deployment monitoring providing impact analysis and complete end-to-end visibility.
Cumulus Networks is the open networking provider for over 1,500 companies globally and a third of the Fortune 50, such as Adobe, Box, Dreamworks and PayPal. NetQ 2.0 is currently available.