2 Replies Latest reply on May 16, 2019 6:29 AM by SaravanakumarRajan

    Visualizing and monitoring underlay network

    SaravanakumarRajan Lurker

      Hi Gyus,

       

      Is it possible to visualize and monitor underlay networks?

      If it is can you help me the procedure to do so.

        • 1. Re: Visualizing and monitoring underlay network
          Sreec Master
          Community WarriorsvExpert

          Yes, you can leverage VRNI for the same -> https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/products/vrealize/vmw-vrni-solution-brief.pdf

           

          Use Cases:

          • Micro-segmentation Planning, Deployment and Compliance

          – Plan and measure security impact with micro-segmentation

          – Accelerate microsegmentation deployment with firewall rules

          recommendations

          – Continuously monitor and audit compliance postures over time

          • 360 Network Visibility and Troubleshooting

          – Quickly troubleshoot connectivity issues between VMs through powerful

          path visualization

          – Effectively manage events, alerts and problems to rapidly solve issues

          – Unify troubleshooting experience across the virtual and physical infrastructure

          • Manage and Scale NSX Deployments

          – Scale across multiple NSX Managers with powerful visualizations for topology

          and health

          – Avoid configuration issues through an in-product best practices checklist

          – Pinpoint and triage issues for quick resolution with intuitive UI and natural

          language search

          • Manage Security for Public Clouds

          – Extend micro-segmentation planning to AWS constructs

          – Analyze traffic flows in AWS for visibility into AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

          – Troubleshoot firewall issues between VMs in AWS

           

          Or configure netflow @ DVS level with a supported destination collector which will help you achieve what you want ( Harder way and feature less path)

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