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SevOne Takes Network Analytics to CloudSevOne Takes Network Analytics to Cloud

Keeping software based networks humming with cloud based visualization tools.

Mitch Wagner

September 19, 2017

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SevOne Takes Network Analytics to Cloud

Network analytics provider SevOne is moving to the cloud to provide enterprises with visualization tools they need to keep multivendor software-based networks humming.

The SevOne Data Platform, introduced Tuesday, is a cloud service that translates raw data into actionable insights to enable networks to meet the agility requirements of digital organizations, the company says.

"The transition to software-defined infrastructure requires the ability to collect all the data from the entire infrastructure, at a much larger scale than the market has seen in the past," Brian Promes, SevOne product marketing vice president, tells Enterprise Cloud News. The SevOne Data Platform is designed to meet those needs by connecting network and machine data with business intelligence, analytics and automation packages.

Figure 1: SevOne's Brian Promes. SevOne's Brian Promes.

The SevOne Data Platform includes several modular components. The SevOne Data Engine collects data and transforms it into actionable, real-time insights; SevOne Data Insight provides data visualizations, which SevOne calls "workflows," based on user roles; and the SevOne Data Bus connects network and infrastructure data to external data lakes, business intelligence packages and automation controllers in real time.

SevOne competes against single-vendor tools from providers such as CA Technologies (Nasdaq: CA) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise . SevOne's value is that it's cross-platform, Promes says.

SevOne, based in Boston, was founded in 2005, and now claims to have more than 300 global customers, including Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), Morgan Stanley , Credit Suisse , Electronic Arts Inc. (Nasdaq: ERTS), Aetna and eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY).

The privately held company is targeting $80 million to $100 million revenue this year, based on a recent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 57%, Promes says.

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About the Author(s)

Mitch Wagner

Executive Editor, Light Reading

San Diego-based Mitch Wagner is many things. As well as being "our guy" on the West Coast (of the US, not Scotland, or anywhere else with indifferent meteorological conditions), he's a husband (to his wife), dissatisfied Democrat, American (so he could be President some day), nonobservant Jew, and science fiction fan. Not necessarily in that order.

He's also one half of a special duo, along with Minnie, who is the co-habitor of the West Coast Bureau and Light Reading's primary chewer of sticks, though she is not the only one on the team who regularly munches on bark.

Wagner, whose previous positions include Editor-in-Chief at Internet Evolution and Executive Editor at InformationWeek, will be responsible for tracking and reporting on developments in Silicon Valley and other US West Coast hotspots of communications technology innovation.

Beats: Software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), IP networking, and colored foods (such as 'green rice').

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