Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, is a vendor of data networking solutions for enterprises and businesses worldwide. Aruba Networks was founded in 2002 and is focused on bringing Wi-Fi wireless LAN mobility solutions to enterprise networks. With its acquisition by Hewlett-Packard (now Hewlett Packard Enterprise) in 2015, Aruba Networks has become the entity of Hewlett Packard Enterprise bringing to market all campus and small business data networking offerings of HPE. Its core products are wireless Access Points (APs), wired switches, mobility controllers, and network management software. The company has over 1,800 employees and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

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  •  As network engineers many of us have access to very expensive tools. These tools come in different shapes and sizes. Some tools reside on laptops as software, while others may be handheld devices. When traveling with your tool set it can be very challenging. Sometimes you just can't put them in your backpack because of size and weight. This is where the pelican cases come in.  I own over 20+ peli...

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  • This two-part series explores Aruba’s Network Analytics Engine (NAE), a unique framework for network assurance and remediation that’s built into the ArubaOS-CX network operating system. The first blog Using Network Analytics to Spot and Fix Network Issues Faster dives into the architecture of NAE and how it speeds network troubleshooting. This blog discusses the implementation examples more deeply...

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  • IoT is everywhere and changing everything. From smart lighting to Internet-connected equipment—from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines to heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) to security cameras and badge readers, operational technology (OT) is increasingly merging with information technology (IT) to increase the efficiency of conducting business. About 50% of IoT devices are w...

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  • A common design problem in wireless networks is the tendency to place access points conveniently down a hallway. This creates problems because all the APs in the hallway can hear each other. Much like the idea of one AP per classroom, this seems like a good convenient way to design and install an access point deployment. We’re going to look at some predictive models for an example residence hall s...

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  • Great network connectivity is a base expectation these days. People want to move about freely, working and communicating how they please. But for many organizations, it can be harder and harder to assure a great Wi-Fi experience as mobile demand grows.  People commonly use multiple mobile devices, and IoT devices are on the rise as organizations deploy surveillance cameras, smart lighting and sens...

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  • One of the things I always enjoy after ATM is sitting down and figuring out how they created some of their technical demos, and more importantly, how I can do this myself.  Note: The following is not necessarily how Aruba chose to solve these problems in their demo. This is meant to be a representative demo, with a simple approach as to how people in the community could approach building similar ...

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  • As the federal government increasingly adopts mobile and wireless technologies, ensuring secure mobility is critical to mission success. That’s why the Aruba federal team has convened a one-day symposium with government and civilian IT experts on the future of mobility and secure connectivity. The Federal Mobility Symposium takes place on Thursday, May 31. We’re excited about the great speakers f...

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  • We depend on reliable access to Wi-Fi to send emails, make phone calls, share files, communicate with customers and file our expenses. When the Wi-Fi is flaky, we get impatient, frustrated and stressed out. As individuals, we ignore the incredible interdependencies behind delivering a flawless network experience. But with our lives increasingly dependent on mobile, cloud and IoT, it’s becoming eve...

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  • Last night, for his work transforming the lives of billions of people worldwide, Arogyaswami Paulraj was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame. We’re excited to congratulate the person we know at Aruba as “Paul” on this latest honor, which he earned for conceiving the fundamental building block of all today’s Wi-Fi and cellular technologies: Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MIMO). A...

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  • We built our own event network to support Atmosphere18 so we could showcase our latest innovations to 3,000 attendees. Showing our vision and our products meant running brand-new software and code that has never been released on a production network. We knew we were taking risks, but also we knew it was worth it. The event network supported everything—registration, keynotes, product demos, educat...

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  • Most of us who have been in the security business for a while have a history of interactions with SC Magazine. If you go back far enough when the magazine published a paper edition, interactions included regular in-person visits pitching new products or technologies to the editorial staff. That’s all changed, of course, but one constant is that the person shepherding the magazine’s editorial con...

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  • This two-part series dives into Aruba’s Network Analytics Engine (NAE), a unique framework for network assurance and remediation that is built into the ArubaOS-CX network operating system. This blog dives into the NAE architecture and how it speeds network troubleshooting. The second blog explores implementation examples and use cases for NAE.   Today’s fast-changing markets expect businesses to ...

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  • Robert Frost is one of my favorite poets. As he begins, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood…”. It’s a line that reminds me where you and other IT leaders are with regard to building a workplace network. You are at a crossroads, and you have a choice to make. Your task is to build the kind of network that will enable your workforce to be as effective as possible. That means building a network for...

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  • We are honored to share that in recognition of our Mobile First vision and what we have been able to accomplish, IDC, one of the leading global providers of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the technology community, has recognized Aruba-HPE as a leader in the new IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Enterprise WLAN Vendor Assessment. According to the IDC1, "There have been significant...

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  •  We are constantly bombarded with catchy phrases and technology said to be the next big thing. This ends up simply being another block on buzzword bingo but there is one area that I feel isn’t just a fad that will go away soon. That fad or buzzword is programmability. For a while now we have heard about Software Defined Networking or SDN for short and how that is going to change the networking wo...

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  • The Museum of South Texas History, which opened its doors in 1910 as the original county jail site and gallows in South Texas, is not the first place that comes to mind when you think of innovative technology. However, with a donation from a local technology company, the support of Aruba, and a good bit of elbow grease from the museum staff, MOST History is leveraging the latest and wireless techn...

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  • Shadow IT is a common occurrence in the hospitality gaming industry due to lean IT budgets combined with 24/7 operational hours with demanding technology needs and when combined with being a highly regulated space this can often be problematic. Organizations are beginning to embrace network automation as a means to save time on repetitive or common occurrences and a way to reduce human error. A go...

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  • In this presentation, 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. Check out the webinar recording where this presentation was used: http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Wireless-Access/Technical-Webinar-AirGroup-profiling-changes-across-8-1-amp-8-2/td-p/41...

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  • Specialized tools for working on the Hubble Space Telescope Wi-Fi gives us a lot of opportunity to play with our toys - I mean our tools. We use a lot of different tools in the course of designing, deploying, and validating the networks for which we are responsible. We have tools for measuring Wi-Fi, tools for designing and predicting Wi-Fi, and tools for visualizing Wi-Fi. Then we have some reall...

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  • AI has been a hot topic for a while now. Many articles are painting the picture of an almost fantasy-like world filled with smart personal assistants, driverless cars, purchase prediction tools and more. However, what we tend to forget is the reality: the access that cybercriminals have to these AI technologies. My take, as with every innovation, is that security needs to evolve as quickly as th...

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  • Move over Millennials, Gen Z is here. By 2020, today’s 14- to 19-year olds will be the largest group of consumers worldwide. These kids are true digital natives, having never known a world without the Internet and grown up with a phone in their hands. Their attention spans may be short, but they shop with a sharp eye and they are going to redefine retail. Shopping is an Experience For Gen Z, shop...

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  • In honor of Earth Day 2018, we thought we’d take a look at just a few of the ways Aruba’s technology is helping support the wellbeing of our planet. Although we had many options to choose from, here’s a sampling of how customers like you are using their infrastructure to help take environmentalism to new heights. Falcons Take Flight A hundred feet above a bustling downtown street, and steps away...

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  • The US government faces an unprecedented level and sophistication of cyberattacks, orchestrated by nation-states, organized crime and malicious insiders. In fact, cyberespionage, privilege misuse and errors by insiders were identified at the top causes of breaches across the public administration, according to the latest Verizon Data Breach Incident Report. Threats won’t abate anytime soon. Feder...

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  •   Upgrading your campus to the next-gen WLAN is a challenging task. Whether the campus is migrating to an entirely new solution or an upgrade is in the works, there are considerations to keep in mind. Mistakes The next-gen WLAN is not based upon futile metrics such as the number of access points per user or per square feet. That’s the wrong way to approach appropriate design. It doesn’t take act...

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