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VMware’s Nyansa Acquisition: 5 Things You Need To Know

From Nyansa’s channel strategy to VMware’s integration plans, here are the five most important things to know about VMware’s acquisition of Nyansa.

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Nyansa’s Secret Sauce

Founded in 2013, Nyansa was a pioneer in developing a full stack, vendor agnostic, cloud-based user performance management platform called Voyance. With Voyance, which hit the market in 2016, customers are able to automate the end-to-end analysis and critical infrastructure data to improve performance, productivity and security of critical devises.

Voyance is an AIOps platform – artificial intelligence for IT Operations -- that combines powerful network analytics and IoT security in a single platform. The AI-powered analytics engine analyzes every client and device transaction across the entire network, correlating data from disparate sources to pinpoint problems, detect behavior anomalies, surface root causes, and recommend next steps.

The company says it’s the world’s largest and only public Software-as-a-Service analytics service in the market, currently analyzing user network traffic from more than 20 million client devices with customers including Tesla, Uber, GE Healthcare, SF International Airport, Stanford and Northeast Georgia Healthcare System, to name a few. Nyansa investors include Formation 8 and Intel Capital.

“Following the close of the acquisition, we will continue to advance our AI-driven multi-vendor network analytics platform and double-down on end-to-end user experience and IoT operational assurance,” said Nyansa CEO Abe Ankumah.

 
 
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