Aruba Networks SDN provides BYOD users access while cost-effectively securing your network. SDN applications allow IT to pinpoint, diagnose, verify and solve network issues in real-time, while prioritizing Microsoft Skype for Business traffic for seamless voice and video collaboration. The central building block of Aruba Networks SDN. Aruba Networks Virtual Application Networks (VAN) SDN Controller Software provides a unified control point in an OpenFlow-enabled network, simplifying management, provisioning, and orchestration. Enhance user experience. The Network Optimizer Application dynamically provisions network policy and applies Quality of Service (QoS) to prioritize Skype for Business traffic, improving your overall user experience. Protect your network. The Network Protector Application turns your entire network infrastructure into security-enforcement devices, providing visibility and threat protection against malicious botnets, malware and spyware sites.
The Network Visualizer Application provides real-time traffic with detailed network monitoring, allowing for fast network diagnosis and verification, and a rapid transition from incident to fix. The Aruba Networks Visualizer Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Application utilizes Aruba VAN SDN Controller software to provide dynamic traffic capture with real-time, detailed network monitoring. Allowing for fast network diagnosis and verification – and a rapid transition from incident to fix. The Network Visualizer integration with ClearPass identifies infected devices thus providing better security. Aruba Networks SDN network infrastructure — ease of adoption. Deploy Aruba Networks SDN at your own pace in a multi-vendor network without replacing existing inventory by deploying SDN switches at the edge of your network where you need it. Aruba Networks switches bring performance and reliability to the mobile-first campus. These industry-leading switches are scalable, secure, and feature HPE Smart Rate multi-gigabit ports for high-speed connectivity.
Aruba Networks SDN — VAN SDN Controller
Aruba Virtual Application Networks (VAN) SDN Controller Software provides a unified control point in an SDN-enabled network, simplifying management, provisioning, and orchestration. This enables delivery of a new generation of application-based network services and provides open application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow developers to create innovative solutions to dynamically link business requirements to network infrastructure via either custom Java programs or general-purpose RESTful control interfaces. The Aruba VAN SDN Controller is designed to operate in campus, data center, or service provider environments. The VAN SDN Controller is the building block of the Aruba Open SDN Ecosystem (including the Aruba SDN App Store and SDN Software Development Kit), allowing third-party developers to deliver innovative solutions to dynamically link business requirements to network infrastructure.
Aruba Networks Optimizer SDN Application
The Aruba Network Optimizer Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Application for Microsoft Skype for Business. Enables automated provisioning of network policy and quality of service to provide an enhanced user experience. The Network Optimizer Application dynamically provisions the end-to-end network path and Quality of Service (QoS) policy via the Aruba Virtual Application Networks (VAN) SDN Controller. Reducing the need for manual, device-by-device configuration via the CLI. Which greatly simplifies policy deployment and reduces the likelihood of human errors. Application dashboard provides a graphical overview of active sessions and peak call time, Skype for Business server connectivity status, quality of experience metrics for completed calls, and poor call quality analysis. Microsoft Skype for Business front end server view Displays Skype for Business front end server operational status in SDN domain. QoE graph displays the number of completed sessions at specific QoE levels over time.
Aruba Networks Protector SDN Application
Aruba Networks SDN
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