Aruba JX919A AirWave Enterprise Edition Hardware Appliance
Manufacturer: Aruba
UPC: 190017085302
Condition: New
Aruba JX919A AirWave Enterprise Edition Hardware Appliance
Product TypeInfrastructure Management Equipment
Brand NameAruba
ManufacturerHewlett Packard Enterprise
Product ModelDL360
Product NameAirWave DL360 Enterprise Edition Hardware Appliance
Product LineAirWave
Manufacturer Part NumberJX919A
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.hpe.com
Application/UsageRemote MonitoringReal Time Monitoring
Form FactorRack Mount
Weight (Approximate)33.30 lb
Limited Warranty1 Year
Aruba AirWave is an easy-to-use network operations system that manages wired and wireless infrastructure from Aruba and a wide range of third-party manufacturers. It also includes visibility and controls that let you optimize how devices and apps perform on your network. Through a centralized and intuitive user interface, AirWave provides real-time monitoring, proactive alerts, historical reporting, and fast, efficient troubleshooting. Dedicated dashboard views quickly help view potential RF coverage issues, unified communications and collaboration (UCC) traffic, application performance and network services health. SINGLE PANE OF GLASS FOR LARGE ENVIRONMENTS AirWave Glass, provides customers running multiple AirWave instances a single console that clearly displays network infrastructure data for visibility, reporting and troubleshooting. An advanced search engine enables IT administrators to efficiently get to the data they need without suffering through a "click" marathon. Built-in single sign-on (SSO) login security, lets IT staff safely go from Glass to individual AirWave consoles for efficient administration and privileges control. The same role-based access controls that are used in AirWave also manage who does what. Glass is available in physical and virtual appliance options. ARUBA CLARITY Clarity is an add-on module that proactively analyzes end-users' quality of experience by providing enhanced monitoring capabilities for critical network services, such as time and response failures for a device to associate with a Wi-Fi radio. Other services monitored include authentication times, gathering an IP address through DHCP, and DNS resolution. This gives IT organizations end-to-end visibility into problems before they escalate as metrics are monitored in real-time, and also captured through on-demand or scheduled testing for predictive insight.