Aerohive Networks Opens New HiveManager Public Cloud Data Center


Aerohive Networks opened a new data center in Sweden on Thursday to accelerate the adoption of cloud-managed networking in the region. With the launch of the new center, Aerohive will now have 13 public and private regional data centers in a total of 11 counties.

The Milpitas, Calif.-based networking and cloud management specialist provides public and private cloud data centers that are microservices-based, offering carrier-grade scalability and deployment flexibility for customers.

“We want our products to be flexible enough to fit every scenario or situation,” said Aerohive in a blog post on Thursday. “For customers in Sweden, they now have an additional choice. They can use HiveManager Public Cloud and have the data remain in their country. [This] will allow customers to use all of Aerohive’s great features in a turn-key package.”

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HiveManager is Aerohive’s flagship network management system for cloud that was built from the ground up. The platform for wireless cloud networking aims to drastically reduce operational complexity and cost for channel partners and customers. HiveManager combines configuration workflows, real-time client and event monitoring, simplified troubleshooting and API integration.

Aerohive’s new Sweden data center will include the HiveManager Public Cloud with all of the latest features that include artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.

“For distributed organizations, they will be able to manage all of them in a single interface without having to deal with complex networking solutions or juggle multiple vendors,” said Aerohive. “For single campus organizations, they’ll have one less piece of their infrastructure to manage and maintain onsite.”

The company’s global cloud footprint includes data centers in the U.S., Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Brazil, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. Aerohive’s centers are architected to be cloud-hosting platform-agnostic, and extensible to include data lakes for analytics, guest access, Internet of Things (IoT) management, and low-latency Virtualized Network Functions anywhere in the world.