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Aruba added Client Insights to the Aruba Central Foundation licence. Existing customers receive a new, free service that automatically identifies and configures endpoints.

Aruba Central is a software solution for network management and security. An Aruba Central Foundation license provides access to most tools. Aruba recently announced that licensees can now access Client Insights.

Client Insights allows users to automatically identity and configure unknown network devices. The tool has been available for some time. Users required a paid license. Now, Aruba Central Foundation licensees can use the tool without additional costs.

Client Insights

Client Insights starts with a network scan. The tool analyses the network traffic of unknown devices to create profiles. It automatically distinguishes between PCs, video cameras, sensors and so on.

Client Insights proceeds to send the profiles to ClearPass, an Aruba policy management solution. ClearPass reads the device types and applies the policies of similar devices. Finally, Client Insights makes it possible to fully automate onboard devices.

Firmware Recommender and AI Predictions

In addition to Client Insights, Aruba announced a ‘Firmware Recommender‘. The feature will be available in October 2022. Firmware Recommender uses an AI algorithm to recommend appropriate firmware updates for access points. Network administrators don’t need to check model numbers.

Finally, Aruba launches Automated Infrastructure Predictions. According to Aruba, the solution predicts hardware and software problems in infrastructures. Think of a firmware version that will soon become outdated, or a network device that needs to be replaced. The solution’s based on Aruba AI Assist and Aruba Support, two existing tools.

Competition

Aruba operates in a competitive market. Juniper Networks and Cisco recently announced similar updates. Juniper launched ‘AI-Enabled Device Onboarding as a Service‘, a solution that automatically configures network devices. Cisco launched ‘WAN Insights‘ for ThousandEyes WAN, a feature that predicts problems in WAN networks.

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Killexams : Aruba AIOps Solution Combines Network and Security Insights

SAN JOSE, Calif., July 26, 2022 — Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced new Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) AIOps capabilities that allow IT professionals to greatly reduce the time spent on manual tasks such as network troubleshooting, performance tuning, and Zero Trust/SASE security enforcement. Part of Aruba’s growing family of AIOps solutions, the new capabilities supplement overtaxed IT teams as they grapple with increasing network complexity and the rapid growth of IoT. For the first time, AIOps can be utilized for not just network troubleshooting but also performance optimization and critical security controls.

As organizations pursue digital transformation initiatives, network modernization is critical for achieving new business outcomes. However, with the growth of hybrid work, new user engagement models, and challenges resulting from the ‘Great Resignation’ and widening skills gaps, IT teams must find ways to achieve greater efficiencies. Yesterday’s time-intensive manual processes are simply inadequate for today’s quickly-changing business environment. Powerful analytics, AI-based insights, and automation supplement – not replace – networking teams by reducing manual tasks so they can focus on more strategic and higher-value projects.

In development since 2013, Aruba AIOps capabilities leverage Aruba’s industry-leading data lake, which continuously and anonymously collects and analyzes device, user, and location data from over 120,000 Aruba Central customers, from more than 2 million network devices and 200 million clients per day. The unmatched reliability of Aruba’s AI is directly related to the high volume and wide variety of network and client data, the constant training of models, and the unique ability to provide insights that tackle both network and security concerns. This allows network teams from every industry and size to trust that Aruba AIOps will automate mundane tasks, shrink the time needed to find and fix problems, increase security controls, and help ensure that all network users have the best possible experience.

“For AI results that customers can trust, the key ingredient is not a mathematical model, but access to a large volume and variety of data to train the models to produce reliable results across all network topologies. Without that foundation, so-called “AI” is nothing more than demoware,” said Larry Lunetta, vice president of portfolio solutions marketing at Aruba. “Fueled by our data lake, our AIOps solutions help enterprises reduce trouble tickets by up to 75 percent while optimizing their network performance by 25 percent or more.”

The new AI-powered IT efficiency features include:

  • Aruba Client Insights: Automatically identifies each endpoint connecting to the network with up to 99% accuracy, which is especially important as increasing numbers of IoT devices are added to networks, sometimes without approval from IT. This allows organizations to better understand what’s on their networks, automate access privileges, and monitor the behavior of each client’s traffic flows to more rapidly spot attacks and take action.
  • AI-powered Firmware Recommender: Provides IT teams with the best version of firmware to run for the wireless access points in their environments – regardless of model numbers. This greatly reduces support calls and guesswork that network admins face, and helps ensure new features and fixes are implemented more quickly.
  • AI Search in Spanish: The same built-in natural language search function in Aruba Central shows its versatility by now supporting queries and responses in Spanish to satisfy the needs of our second largest geographical user community.
  • Automated Infrastructure Predictions: Leverages Aruba’s AI Assist feature and Aruba Support outreach to recognize possible hardware and software infrastructure issues for preemptive engagement that can consist of firmware upgrades or recommended hardware replacement.

“With hybrid work and new customer engagement models, network complexity is unavoidable as organizations modernize their network infrastructure to successfully support corporate initiatives,” said Bob Laliberte, principal analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group. “When a network vendor demonstrates reliable, real-world AI solutions, NetOps teams are increasingly adopting and trusting the actions of machine learning and other automation technologies. In fact, ESG research highlights that almost a quarter (21%) of organizations are comfortable with software that automatically detects, analyses, recommends, and makes network changes, and 59% report being comfortable with technology that alerts and provides recommendations, which are then manually executed. We expect these percentages to climb as more organizations gain experience with and recognize the benefits AI delivers.”

“We rely on the AIOps capabilities in Aruba Central. With these new features, not only can we quickly see if our network users are experiencing problems, but we can also identify genuine issues and take steps to address them before any users are impacted, saving us many hours of after-the-fact issue investigation and remediation,” said Justin Kuzara, network engineer at CIC Group. “Additionally, having client-oriented security analytics helps our team better protect the organization without having to use a separate product.”

Pricing and Availability

Aruba Client Insights is available now. AI Search, AI-powered Firmware Recommender, and Infrastructure Predictions are available for early access and will be generally available in October 2022. Each of these features are included in Aruba Central Foundation licensing.

About Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is the global leader in secure, intelligent edge-to-cloud networking solutions that use AI to automate the network, while harnessing data to drive powerful business outcomes. With Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) and as-a-service options, Aruba takes a cloud-native approach to helping customers meet their connectivity, security, and financial requirements across campus, branch, data center, and remote worker environments, covering all aspects of wired, wireless LAN, and wide area networking (WAN).

To learn more, visit Aruba at www.arubanetworks.com. For the latest technical discussions on mobility and Aruba products, visit the Airheads Community at community.arubanetworks.com.


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Killexams : Virgin Voyages Standardizes on Aruba ESP to Deliver Exceptional Sailor Experiences

TMCNet: Virgin Voyages Standardizes on Aruba ESP to Deliver Exceptional Sailor Experiences

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced that Virgin Voyages is deploying an end-to-end Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) network to deliver world-class, premium experiences aboard all four of their inaugural fleet of "lady ships." Working with DeCurtis Corporation, Virgin Voyages set out to create an extraordinary, technology-enabled cruise experience. Headquartered in Plantation, Florida, Virgin Voyages is a joint venture between the Virgin Group and Bain Capital.

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Virgin Voyages is deploying an end-to-end Aruba ESP network to deliver world-class, premium experiences aboard all four of their inaugural fleet of

Virgin Voyages is deploying an end-to-end Aruba ESP network to deliver world-class, premium experiences aboard all four of their inaugural fleet of "lady ships." (Source: Virgin Voyages)

Virgin Voyages currently has two award-winning ships deployed, and two more in development, all with a capacity of nearly 4,000 passengers and crew members on each ship. Scarlet Lady was named Cruise Critic's "Best New Cruise Ship for 2021," and both Scarlet and Valiant Lady received top spots on Condé Nast Traveler's Cruising Hot List for 2022. As an exclusively adult cruise experience, Virgin Voyages offers a sanctuary at sea for the 18+ traveler with 20+ unique dining options, immersive entertainment and wellness-forward programming.

"From the time a Sailor books their trip or uses mobile ticketing, all on-board experiences up through departure at the end of their journey, is enhanced by technology," said Frank Farro, vice president of Technology at Virgin Voyages. "A favorite luxury indulgence for Sailors is our unique "Shake for Champagne™" feature. By simply shaking their phone with the Virgin Voyages app open, and pressing a button, crew is alerted to deliver chilled champagne to the Sailor wherever they are on the ship. The same capability is extended to other services such as Ship Eats, to ensure high-touch service to each Sailor's dining, snacking and eating experience."

A primary goal for Virgin Voyages is to deliver a premier Sailor experience by providing real-time services and always-on connectivity for crew members to facilitate fast, reliable service. For example, if a crew member see a maintenance issue, they can open a repair ticket on their issued device, and it immediately goes to the right person to address the issue. The technology behind these capabilities is ubiquitous for crew members and transparent to Sailors, creating a seamless five-star experience wherever they are on the ship.

Another important goal for Virgin Voyages is to provide location-based quality of service via location-based data. One powerful example of this is by dramatically reducing the time Sailors stand in line. Virgin Voyages created a virtual queuing system so that Sailors don't have to congregate in long lines. Instead, the Virgin Voyages app alerts them when it's their turn to board the ship, sit for dinner, enter the spa, or disembark in their Port of Call. Virgin Voyages' focus on a frictionless experience allows Sailors to relax and enjoy the amenities, rather than waiting in lines or dealing with service-related issues.

To achieve frictionless, location-based services that enable world-class Sailor services, Virgin Voyages looked to trusted technology partner DeCurtis Corporation. With a vast range of experience working with some of the world's best, most-recognized hospitality brands, DeCurtis and Virgin Voyages were looking to transform existing Sailor experiences to make them better, faster and more impactful through creative application of the latest technology.

In cooperation with DeCurtis and Aruba, Virgin Voyages selected and deployed a flexible, resilient Aruba ESP network including Aruba Wi-Fi 6 access points with built-in location services, as well as access switches. Additionally, Virgin Voyages uses ClearPass for network access control (NAC) and policy management, and AirWave for network management.

"It was the Aruba team that stepped up to work with our Virgin Voyages team as well as our partners DeCurtis and Axians to solidify and enhance a comprehensive network for our ships," explained Farro. "The Aruba team in the yard, on the ship, and the team behind helping those two teams, have all been responsive and engaged."

Virgin Voyages has seen multiple benefits of their new Aruba network, including reliability, seamlessness, and scalability. "The network is built to accommodate around 15,000 devices," said Farro. "This includes crew devices, PCs, laptops and tablets, in addition to tablets and TVs in each cabin, as well as in the crew rooms. Add on top of that the myriad of devices each Sailor brings onboard. The seamless experience is best illustrated in our ability to duplicate 'smart home' features in each cabin, which are controlled by the app on the cabin tablets. When a Sailor walks in and their cabin is in nighttime mode, the lights automatically come on and the curtains close. It's just an incredible experience."

Looking to the future, Virgin Voyages will continue delivering transparent but ubiquitous high-touch Sailor services and expand features such as wayfinding. Their focus will remain on making sure that Sailors' devices seamlessly connect to the internal Wi-Fi network, so they don't even have to think about connectivity from boarding to departure and everything in between.

About Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is the global leader in secure, intelligent edge-to-cloud networking solutions that use AI to automate the network, while harnessing data to drive powerful business outcomes. With Aruba ESP (Edge Services Platform) and as-a-service options, Aruba takes a cloud-native approach to helping customers meet their connectivity, security, and financial requirements across campus, branch, data center, and remote worker environments, covering all aspects of wired, wireless LAN, and wide area networking (WAN).

To learn more, visit Aruba at www.arubanetworks.com. For real-time news updates, follow Aruba on Twitter and Facebook, and for the latest technical discussions on mobility and Aruba products, visit the Airheads Community at community.arubanetworks.com.

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