Centina Unveils vSure 2.0 to Enable Digital Transformation for Service Providers
May 15, 2018
Centina, a global provider of network performance management and strategic assurance solutions for communications service providers (CSPs) worldwide, has launched the latest version of vSure™, its service assurance solution.
vSure is the premier product on the market dedicated to helping today’s CSPs manage digital transformation and the migration to hybrid and virtual networks.
The launch is being timed with the Digital Transformation World event taking place this week in Nice, France.
Centina is working with CSPs worldwide to deliver the following key benefits with vSure:
Operationalizing SDN/NFV to deliver a seamless customer experience so that service providers can realize the benefits that SDN/NFV promises.
Enabling automation and self-healing with closed-loop orchestration
Helping operations staff to be able to visualize the health and performance of virtual and physical assets in order to service their customers.
“vSure is by far the most mature product on the market today for operators undertaking digital transformation,” said Anand Gonuguntla, President at Centina. “The new version has unmatched automation and prediction capabilities designed specifically with SDN/NFV services in mind.”
Features of the new product include:
Holistic monitoring and visualization across hybrid networks
Comprehensive OpenStack monitoring
Support for TOSCA driven service onboarding to facilitate OSS integration
Machine-learning performance baselining learns what’s normal for the network and notifies before services are impacted
Graph-based analytics automatically correlate network noise into actionable events
The greatest advantages of vSure, aside from its technical sophistication, are that it is easy to deploy, configure and maintain. The plug-and-play smart plugs, unique to Centina’s solutions, make it ideal for operators looking to go to market quickly with new services. This offers service providers two key advantages – the ability to raise quality standards in new, complex networking environments and the ability to compete fiercely with fast go-to-market timelines.
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