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Fortinet debuts two new services as part of security offering



Fortinet has added two new services to its security offering that assist with AIOps network operations.

FortiMonitor and FortiAIOps join the Fabric Management Center-NOC, which allows network teams to observe, correlate and respond across heterogeneous and distributed networks.

The Fabric Management Center simplifies network operations with monitoring and automation and processes on average more than 100 billion network security events a day.

With FortiMonitor, Fortinet is now extending its network monitoring beyond the Fortinet Security Fabric to third-party network infrastructures, applications and clouds, providing digital experience monitoring (DEM).

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FortiMonitor improves the digital experience visibility by enabling network operations to observe anomalies in the user to application access with a breadth of coverage across device, LAN, WAN and cloud edges.

The second service, FortiAIOps, leverages artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) models to eliminate manual analysis and correlates data from every network edge, automating anomaly detection.

FortiAIOps reduces Mean-Time-To-Identify (MTTI) by correlating data from various network domains to pinpoint root causes and anomalies.