Gigamon Expands Offerings to Deliver Application Visibility for Hyperconverged Private Clouds with Nutanix Ready ValidationMarch 24, 2021
Gigamon announced its Nutanix Ready validation for Gigamon Hawk. Gigamon Hawk is the industry’s first elastic visibility and analytics fabric for all data-in-motion across the hybrid cloud. Hawk delivers continuous visibility across the hybrid cloud, dramatically reduces manual intervention with visibility-as-code automation and provides both on-premises and cloud tools with contextualized network information otherwise not possible.
Infrastructure complexity has grown exponentially in recent years, resulting in a foundational gap in visibility across hybrid cloud environments. Utilizing a simple interface with built-in management and reporting, Gigamon Hawk closes this gap by radically simplifying hybrid cloud adoption, eliminating security and compliance blind spots, and helping ensure a positive customer experience. In addition to being validated as a Nutanix Ready AHV solution, Hawk is integrated with leading cloud platforms and tools, providing a unified view across any hybrid infrastructure.
“Security is at the top of most customers’ minds, especially as enterprises continue to embrace the business and technical value provided by hybrid clouds,” said Prasad Athawale, Vice President, Business Development at Nutanix. “Increasing network visibility through products such as Nutanix Flow and Gigamon Hawk, is essential to customers’ ability to secure their data and maintain application performance and availability in hybrid cloud environments.”
“As cloud adoption becomes business critical, it is more important than ever for our customers to ensure the security, optimization and scalability of their IT investments. Working in lockstep with partners such as Nutanix, we enable end-to-end solutions that deliver an immediate ROI,” said Michael Dickman, Chief Product Officer at Gigamon. “With Hawk, our partners and customers can feel confident in their ability move mission critical workloads to the cloud.”