Software-defined networking has unleashed the true power of the cloud in data center networks. HPE Virtualized Network Services brings the same benefits to business connectivity by delivering a new wide area network service that provides you with the flexibility to adapt to your ever-changing business environment. Traditional VPN services are based on set functionality that can be deployed with little room for per-enterprise customization. With HPE Virtualized Network Services you can customize your branch networking to achieve network capabilities to match your specific business needs.
Aruba Virtual Mobility Master Software is the next generation of master controller that can be either deployed as a virtual machine (VM) or installed on an x86-based hardware appliance. The Mobility Master provides a better user experience, flexible deployment models, simplified operations and enhanced performance.
Aruba Mobility Master is deployed as a virtual machine (VM) for more memory and compute power to address today’s technology needs for mobility and IoT. It provides automatic RF optimization for high density environments and enables hitless failover in an unlikely event of a controller outage.
Arista Extensible Operating System (EOS) is a fully programmable and highly modular, Linux-based network operation system that is core of Arista cloud networking solutions for enterprise data centers and cloud networks. Through its programmability, EOS enables a set of software applications that deliver workflow automation, high availability, unprecedented network visibility and analytics and rapid integration with a wide range of third-party applications for virtualization, management, automation and orchestration services.
Aruba Central Software is a powerful cloud-based network management solution that offers built-in analytics for actionable network and business insights. Central manages Aruba Instant access points, switches, and branch controllers from the cloud – ensuring 24 by 7 access, visibility and control.
Whether managing one location or many, an at-a-glance summary of the entire network health is provided through an intuitive dashboard that can be accessed from anywhere, or by using the Central mobile app. Network management has never been easier.
The Aruba Meridian App Platform is a mobile-app software platform from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, that allows public-facing enterprise venues – retailers, hotels, airports, hospitals, and convention centers – to create or improve mobile apps that engage visitors on their mobile devices.
Venues can leverage Meridian to deliver location relevant information such as mapping, turn-by-turn directions, venue-specific information, and proximity-based notifications to mobile-app users during their visits.
HPE Virtualized Security Services is a software-defined security solution for data centers and wide area network (WAN) environments. When combined with the HPE Distributed Cloud Networking product it helps address protection, detection, and operational security challenges in cloud environments driven by emerging security threats and multi-tenancy. Delivering end-to-end (cloud, data center, and branch) software-defined network security, visibility, and an automation solution. HPE Virtualized Security Services extends HPE Distributed Cloud Networking, a software-defined networking (SDN) platform, with value-added security capabilities that provide contextual traffic visibility and security monitoring, as well as dynamic security automation for rapid incident response. Delivers features in addition to the HPE Distributed Cloud Networking capabilities to provide enterprise level security to micro-segmentation, policy automation, and policy enforcement.
The HPE Virtualized Services Assurance Platform (VSAP) addresses the need for visibility and correlation between the networking requirements of virtual applications and workloads (the “overlay”) and the physical connectivity provided by the IP network infrastructure (“the underlay”). The IP infrastructure route and path analytics generated simplify the management of SDN overlay services. Providing proactive and real-time visualization, troubleshooting and analysis of underlay IP control plane protocol changes and their impact on SDN overlay service paths. Now network operators can limit the number of problem escalations while accelerating resolutions to service affecting problems. The HPE Virtualized Services Assurance Platform is tightly integrated with HPE Distributed Cloud Networking (DCN). As a result, SDN-based overlay services can be provided to facilitate network path based on the latest analytics information derived from the underlying IP network infrastructure.
The HPE IMC Business Service Performance (BSP) Software is an Intelligent Management Center (IMC) module, targeted at support of data centers and large campuses, or remote sites that rely on centralized services. IMC BSP Software creates a holistic service health score dashboard for activity, health, availability and other factors for each individual customer-defined service.
This score uses data from the IMC platform, and optionally from SHM, APM and NTA modules to reflect the status of the application, servers, VMs, and network hardware that make up the service, giving a overall service view.
HPE IMC Endpoint Admission Defense (EAD) Software reduces network exposure by integrating security policy management and endpoint posture assessment to identify and isolate risks within the network.
IMC EAD Software reduces the risk of malicious code infections and other security breaches by detecting breaches like viruses, abnormal traffic, or the running of sensitive software. Additionally the software can also protect sensitive data through control of computer peripherals.
HPE IMC Quality of Service (QoS) Software enhances visibility and control over QoS configurations on network devices and helps administrators focus on service planning and optimization of networking resources by providing a rich set of device and configuration management functions.
The IMC QoS Software allows administrators to organize traffic into different classes based on the configuration matching criteria and to provide differentiated services to optimize traffic and allocate network resources.