Assess Your Entire Network Continuously
Conduct continuous network assessments of your end-to-end network for design, performance, security, and operational status by testing network intents against pre-determined network baseline metrics.
Continuously Maintain Compliance
Every company has network design standards that must be kept in compliance with the original design. Not to mention, the thousands of industry regulations and best practices, vendor recommendations, and zero-trust strategies that must be implemented for audits and problem prevention.
- Assess Design and Regulatory Compliance
Easily adhere to and comply with industry best practices, vendor recommendations, zero-trust strategies, and regulatory standards like NIST 800-207.
- Visualize and Enforce Device Compliance
Create dashboards (to see the intents, devices, and alerts) and export CSV files. Visualize the number of devices that are out of compliance with our NIST recommendations and other assessments for vendor hardening.
- Locate Security Weaknesses
Identify security vulnerabilities in the network including device access and configuration drift in security zones, support for security vulnerability, and check firewall policy configurations.
Detect Configuration Drift
Company standards dictate your network devices should all have the minimum default config, a golden template consisting of ACLs, QoS settings, etc. Check if there are any devices that deviate from the standard. Conduct continuous, network-wide assessments to detect configuration drift and prevent a future outage. Export reports of devices with incorrect syntax, missing or extra lines. Perform golden configurations with templates of your unique network settings at your fingertips.
Automatically Check When Network Objectives are Violated
- Scheduled or event-based virtual Probes enable network intents to detect anomalies and alert you to first-occurrence and transient problems.
- Alerts triggered by third-party systems can automatically trigger NetBrain to run intents and provide root-cause diagnoses.
“Being able to get 98% compliance is impressive. We’ve been able to do that leveraging automation and by giving (employees) some time back using these automated processes.”
Joe DiCola, Network Architect
City and County of Denver