Public Cloud Based Services

NetBrain auto-discovers your end-to-end hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud infrastructure and provides native support for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud environments. NetBrain visualizes these with Dynamic Map to show application dependencies across clouds, SDN, and on-premises infrastructure. Automation helps users collaborate and resolve issues faster accelerating troubleshooting via runbook automation. NetBrain Dynamic Map technology provides a single consolidated view of end-to-end operational data that is integrated with the cloud providers’ own native cloud monitoring, logging, and billing tools.

Its discovery engine continuously inventories all devices, their configurations, the connectivity, and the protocols with support for thousands of accounts and millions of virtual servers. This enables NetBrain users to:

Multi-Cloud

Mapping a multi-cloud traffic path is as simple as entering two endpoints (via IP or hostname).

Path logic assesses many traffic-forwarding characteristics like Security Groups and ACL across subnets, VPCs, Network Virtualization appliances like firewalls, direct connections, ExpressRoute, VNets, and more.

In addition, NetBrain uses a self-designed algorithm to calculate the NCT Virtual Route Table for VGW, Direct Connect Gateway, etc., which is not in the routeing table on the cloud console but provides a clearer connectivity understanding for NetBrain users.

Amazon AWS

NetBrain can discover AWS public cloud resources, visualizing not only all AWS resources like TGW, VGW, EC2 but also topology and techniques like Direct Connect and Site-to-Site VPN used from on-premises to AWS cloud.

Microsoft Azure

NetBrain can discover Microsoft Azure public cloud resources, visualizing not only all Azure resources like VPN Gateway, ExpressRoute Router, VM but also topology and techniques like ExpressRoute Connection and Site-to-Site VPN used from on-premises to Azure cloud.

Google Cloud

NetBrain can discover Google Cloud public cloud resources, visualizing not only all Google Cloud resources like Cloud VPN, Cloud Router, VM but also topology and techniques like Partner Interconnect, Dedicated Interconnect, and Site-to-Site VPN used from on-premises to Google Cloud.