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"IT today is more diverse than ever with enterprises leveraging multi-cloud strategies," said
"OpenStack-powered cloud platforms continue to grow at an impressive rate," said
Solving the Multi-tenant Visibility Challenge
Several challenges exist when multiple tenants use the same set of cloud resources. Often, tenants are unaware of the physical hosts on which their virtual machines (VMs) are running, which is compounded by tenants having multiple virtual networks that may span across various hosts. Adding to this, tenants are not permitted to access hypervisor level resources, and so cannot implement any sort of virtual switch mirroring solution to see their traffic without compromising security.
Tenant visibility is achieved via Gigamon G-vTAPs, which reside on the VMs. These filter and intelligently forward traffic to GigaVUE-VM Visibility Fabric™ nodes, which then optimize and deliver the modified traffic to the security and monitoring tools via the Visibility Fabric. GigaVUE-FM Fabric Manager acts as the orchestration point for user interface and APIs to integrate with OpenStack components for inventory while also configuring tenant visibility policies.
The Gigamon OpenStack cloud monitoring solution will be available in Q4, 2015.
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