Revolutionizing the future of mobile, cloud and IoT
Learn about networking solutions that provide secure access from anywhere. Hear from industry experts and Aruba ecosystem partners about key topics on network performance, BYOD deployments, and cloud-based technologies.
Peter Thornycroft, Distinguished engineer in Aruba CTO group
As more mobile and IoT devices, and bandwidth hungry apps, are increasingly straining Wi-Fi networks, it’s difficult to predict how your network responds.
The new IEEE 802.11ax standard is designed to enhance throughput by 4X in dense environments and provide a more predictable experience.
Join us for a deep dive session on technical ingredients of 802.11ax technology where we cover features such as OFDMA, MU-MIMO and Target Weight Time (TWT).
Raj Shekar, Aruba TAC teamRecorded: Oct 31 201858 mins
Generally, routing is done based on the Destination address. Policy-Based Routing (PBR) helps route the traffic based on L3-L7 information. This, in turn, helps to make use of all the available uplinks. To make use of this feature, we need to define a couple of Elements like PBR Nexthop, Route ACL, and attach points. Join the webinar to learn how.
Abdul Ali Irfaan, Aruba TAC teamRecorded: Oct 29 201866 mins
During this webinar, we will discuss the L3 Redundancy Requirement which primarily comes from customers who want to handle the complete Data Center Failure during natural disasters or other catastrophic events.
Harri Sengottaiyyan, Aruba TAC teamRecorded: Oct 29 201848 mins
During this webinar, we will discuss how AirGroup configurations have changed to support hierarchical configuration in release 8.2. AirGroup configs will now be profile based and can be applied at any node.
Roderick Dixon, Solutions Marketing Manager - ArubaRecorded: Oct 25 201860 mins
Whether you’re expanding a network to support new initiatives, navigating through growing security challenges, or planning a refresh of older technology, keeping costs down and saving time for your IT team is key.
View this webinar to learn how Aruba not only delivers the latest SMB networking technology but helps reduce planning, deployment and operational costs.
Sukumar Krishnamoorthy, Aruba TAC TeamRecorded: Oct 18 201862 mins
During this webinar, we will discuss how Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) allows supported switches connected to each other through Ethernet connections (copper or fibre) to behave like a single chassis switch. To register for future live webinars please use the attachment link.
Nitesh Singla, Aruba TAC teamRecorded: Oct 15 201882 mins
During this webinar, we will cover the Central platform which provides a standard Web-based interface that allows you to configure and monitor multiple Aruba Instant networks / Switches from anywhere with a connection to the Internet. To register for future live webinars please use the attachment link.
Manoj Ramalingam, Aruba Engineering Resolution TeamRecorded: Oct 10 201895 mins
During this webinar, we will discuss how IEEE standard 802.3ad and its implications allow third-party devices such as switches, servers, or any other networking device that supports trunking to interoperate with the distributed trunking switches (DTSs) seamlessly. To register for future live webinars please use the attachment link.
Guido Kragten: Sales Enablement Cloud Platforms, EMEA & Karthikeyan Gunasekar: Solution Enablement, EMEARecorded: Oct 10 201864 mins
Mobile devices, Cloud-based services and applications, and a robust Wi-Fi network are increasingly becoming critical to mid-size business agility and success. But challenges remain and today’s midsize business network must provide the reliability, features, security, and scalability typically only found in large-scale enterprise networks.
At Aruba, we believe that managing wired and wireless networks should be as simple as using email. Simple configuration, easy to maintain and see what going on, and accessible from anywhere, any time. Join this webinar to see how Aruba’s cloud computing solutions bring simplicity and effectiveness to wireless networks. During this session we will cover: