Yesterday’s networks can’t handle today’s demands.
Network infrastructure and operations teams have never been more stretched. More remote workers, the rapid growth of IoT connected devices, and a continuing need to provide secure connectivity to services hosted in the cloud and data centers are creating operational complexity.
Today’s networks are a patchwork running on different platforms, with different operating models across branch, campus, remote locations, and data centers. This increases the chance of network bottlenecks and reduces overall network performance.
Legacy management tools
Multiple vendor tools create highly manual processes and increase the risk of errors, performance issues or downtime, and wasteful rework for IT. There’s also no single source of truth or actionable insights for troubleshooting.
Enterprises face an increased demand on the network with bandwidth-hungry applications like high-definition video and AR/VR applications placing pressure on network performance.
Simplify management complexity with Aruba ESP
Aruba’s Unified Infrastructure — a key component of Aruba ESP — simplifies and improves IT operations with a cloud-native single point of control for WLAN, LAN, and SD-WAN across campus, branch, remote worker, and data center locations.
Deploy a single architecture from edge-to-cloud, eliminating network constraints with seamless integration across wired, wireless, WAN, and VPN infrastructure.
Simplify management and ops
Boost IT agility and streamline IT operations by handling all workflows from a single, cloud-native dashboard. With self-healing AIOps, you can also automatically surface issues to reduce user incidents by 30x.
Slash operational costs by reducing errors, rework, on-site visits, and help desk tickets. And with flexible consumption, you can address a range of finance and staffing constraints with NaaS to maximize budgets, free up resources, and improve service delivery without compromising on business goals.
The first enterprise-grade Wi-Fi 6E solution
Aruba Wi-Fi 6E solutions extend the same Wi-Fi 6 capabilities into the 6 GHz band to allow more capacity, wider channels, and less interference. That means better support for low-latency bandwidth-hungry apps.
Organizations are deploying new IoT and cloud services to maximize space, streamline processes, and improve agility. But these technologies pose challenges for networks and new devices, apps, and data will overtax legacy infrastructure and operations. Join our webinar to get actionable steps so you’re ready.