Verity is a vendor-agnostic network fabric orchestration solution that addresses network management challenges by delivering the highest levels of automation, agility, and resiliency.
Verity Key Features
NETWORK TIME TRAVELER
Automatically snapshot of network configurations with fast rollback when needed
SCHEDULED & AUTOMATED FIRMWARE MANAGEMENT
Highly automated process to ensure network wide compliance
PHYSICAL CABLING AUTODETECTION
Dynamic discovery of switch optical transceivers, breakout modes, and fanout configuration
POWER OVER ETHERNET MANAGEMENT
Manage and monitor POE settings and attached device wattage consumption
DEVICE & PORT SECURITY
802.1x authentication prevents unauthorized access to network ports
Neighbor verification and inventory from LLDP telemetry collection
Day 0 to N management through an intuitive dashboard:
Live, Zoomable and Navigable Network Map
Precise visibility of how the network is configured and what is connected to it.
Verity provides the operator with a live view of the current state of the network. With just a few clicks, network operators can zoom in or out of the topology to view tenants, locations, and individual switch ports.
Detailed Real-Time and Historical Analytics
Network, Device and Service Health Visibility
Verity maintains a full year's worth of network operational data. Operators ca quickly explore individual time slices for every single component of the network, including devices, links, ports, LAGs, optical levels, and more. Data can be exported quickly the Verity REST API.
Accurate Device Inventory with Metadata
Detailed, Filterable, and Exportable Inventory Reports for a Single Site or Global Network
Reports are available for all infrastructure switches and attached tenant devices. The reports are customizable and filterable by site or global network and by column heading. Reports are exportable as CSV files and through Verity's northbound RESTful API. Metadata includes manufacturer, model, current firmware version, device unique identifier (MAC address, service tag, etc.), and device role.