Open Interconnect Consortium goes from 5 to 32 member companies

Open Interconnect Consortium goes from 5 to 32 member companies

Exinda Launches WAN Orchestration Platform

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Exinda announced the availability of Exinda Network Orchestrator, designed to provide network managers and administrators with management tools for wide area networks (WAN). The solution integrates monitoring, analytics, purpose-built reporting, prescriptive recommendations and actions such as traffic shaping and optimization into one orchestrated system.

“As we look to leverage a variety of new applications and services, both premise-based and in the cloud, we can no longer afford to use a passive WAN solution,” said Mark Knight, IT operations controller for Yamaha Motor (UK) Ltd. “Given the complexity of our network today, and anticipating our future needs, we require a more active and intelligent approach to WAN management. Exinda’s Network Orchestrator fits our needs on every level.”

The Exinda Network Orchestrator features a recommendation engine for studying patterns and network changes, interactive analytics to inspect and analyze network activities, and purpose-built reports designed to address common problems faced by network managers. The solution provides end-to-end orchestration to diagnose, recommend and repair application and network performance issues. This approach provides proactive network management to ensure reliable user experience across the applications, devices and activities.

“The network has evolved and network managers can no longer afford to apply passive, isolated solutions to a complex problem,” said Michael Sharma, CEO at Exinda Networks. “Exinda’s Network Orchestrator takes a proactive approach to managing the WAN environment, addressing multiple network performance challenges with one orchestrated system. As a result, we’re enabling IT to better support and manage the influx of users, devices and applications on their networks.”

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John Rath is a veteran IT professional and regular contributor at Data Center Knowledge. He has served many roles in the data center, including support, system administration, web development and facility management.

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