Verity is a vendor-agnostic L2/L3 fabric orchestration solution that addresses modern network management challenges head-on by delivering the highest levels of automation, agility, and resiliency.
NETWORK TIME TRAVELER
Config Rollback - Easily travel back in time
SCHEDULED & AUTOMATED FIRMWARE MANAGEMENT
Highly automated process to ensure network wide compliance
AUTODETECTION OF SWITCH SFP TYPES & PORT FANOUT
Dynamic discovery of all root ports and breakout modes
POE MANAGEMENT ON USER LEAF PORTS
Manage and monitor POE settings and attached device wattage consumption
802.1x AUTHENTICATION ON USER PORTS
Prevents unauthorized devices from gaining access to ports
LLDP REPORTING FOR FABRIC AND TENANT DEVICES
Provides accurate, detailed inventory of all infrastructure and attached devices
Live, Zoomable and Navigatable 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 on various tenants, locations and down to the individual switchport level.
Detailed Real-Time and Historical Actionable Analytics
Network, Device, and Service Health Visibility
Up to one year of historical network operational data is maintained in Verity's vast data lake. The most recent 30 days of history is graphically displayed within the Verity GUI across varying time periods (30 min., 2 hrs., 12 hrs., 24 hrs. 7 days, and 30 days). Data is available from every infrastructure and attached device, link, port, LAG, optical level, DHCP leases, and more. All data visible on the GUI is also available through Verity's northbound RESTful API.
Accurate Device Inventory with Metadata
Detailed, Filterable, and Exportable Inventory Reports for a Single Site or Global Estate
Reports are available for all infrastructure switches and attached tenant devices. The reports are customizable and filterable by site or global estate 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.