Allied Telesis Helps IT Managers Simplify Network Management and Reduce Operating Costs with Vista Manager EX
With its single-pane-of-glass interface, Vista Manager EX delivers state-of-the-art monitoring and management for AMF networks by automatically creating a complete topology map of switches, firewalls and wireless access points.
SAN JOSE, CA - June 30 2017 - Allied Telesis, a leading provider of hardware and software products that allow customers to build secure, feature-rich and scalable data exchange solutions, today announced the availability of Vista Manager EX™, its state-of-the-art network monitoring and management tool. Intuitive usability puts comprehensive network information just a click away, easing the burden of network management.
Today’s enterprise networks must provide both wired and wireless access to support digital resources, BYOD policies, and third-party devices such as security cameras and IP phones. If IT managers are to successfully manage this complex environment, they must find ways to collect, visualize and control network assets without introducing a further burden to operating staff. Vista Manager EX helps reduce the complexity of network management operations through improved visibility and control of an ever increasing number of devices that access online data and applications.
“Although IoT, mobility and increasing security requirements are making the network more complex, IT managers still want a network management tool that is powerful, yet easy to deploy and configure,” said James Mustarde, Vice President of Marketing. “Vista Manager EX delivers that capability with intuitive and simplified network management for businesses of all sizes.”
Vista Manager EX provides a single-pane-of-glass interface to the entire network. The dashboard provides a network overview and current status, and simple navigation provides operating information for any network device. Actionable reporting allows administrators to easily solve any issues, and maximize the availability of digital resources and business information.
Vista Manager EX also provides a superior user experience for wireless network access, using patented Autonomous Wave Controller (AWC) technology. Wireless intelligence constantly models access point location and signal strength information to automatically optimize wireless output and channel selection.
Multi-tenant support provides a high-value solution for large distributed companies, enabling centralized or distributed branch office network management. Service providers can enjoy total flexibility when offering network provisioning and/or management services to business customers.
Allied Telesis Autonomous Management Framework™ (AMF) is a highly-scalable network automation solution that supports Allied Telesis switching, firewall and wireless products, as well as a wide range of third-party devices including video surveillance cameras and IP phones, for truly inclusive network automation. Advanced features include automatic backup, upgrade and provisioning, as well as management of many, or all, network devices at once. Automated device recovery enables zero-touch replacement, with new devices simply appearing in Vista Manager EX. AMF and Vista Manager EX combine to reduce running costs, and provide true plug-and-play networking.
Allied Telesis continue to make networking easy with the introduction of Vista Manager EX, reducing administration time and effort, lowering operating costs, and allowing customers to focus more on their core business.
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