Modern Monitoring Console and Zero-Touch Configuration Enable Fast Time-To-Value

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Subhadeep Sengupta, head of Infrastructure Management product management, Enterprise Software Division, Broadcom

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Enterprises, communications service providers and government agencies all want the same when it comes to infrastructure monitoring – modern and intuitive user interface, fast time to deploy, fast time to configure, and fast to value. With the release of Unified Infrastructure Management 20.3, Broadcom exceeds these requirements. UIM 20.3 also removes all dependency on the Flash Media Player and includes many enhancements that improve administration and operations, including the following: •Enhances operational excellence with intuitive operational workflows for real time observability at scale •Delivers major usability enhancements in access control, zero-touch onboarding for inventory and alarming, group management, interactive dashboards and reporting •Supports modern operating system platforms, updated monitoring target certifications and stricter security standards, facilitating latest technology adoption and requirements •Provides richer integration with the DX Operational Intelligence solution for machine learning-driven root cause analysis, business service analytics, performance analytics, alarm noise reduction, capacity analytics and predictive insights •Arrives “enterprise ready” with comprehensive inclusion of defect fixes, stability enhancements and performance improvements across all layers of deployment and validated by extensive internal, customer, services and partner beta program

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