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Gartner’s Data Center And Cloud Networking Magic Quadrant Leaders

Here are the 11 data center and cloud networking leaders, challengers and visionaries in the world today, according to Gartner’s new Magic Quadrant.

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Visionary: HPE, Aruba

Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s enterprise networking subsidiary Aruba ranks among the middle of the pack for vision but near the bottom for execution on the Magic Quadrant. HPE Aruba’s flagship product in the market is Aruba CX, which includes NetEdit for fabric management, automation and visibility, CX series switches, and the AOS-CX operating system. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has more 6,000 enterprise data center networking customers. Last month, Aruba launched a new cloud-based edge networking solution, Aruba Edge Services Platform, that analyzes data across domains and identifies and solves issues before users notice any impact.

Strength: Aruba’s NetEdit, one of the few management products available natively as a mobile app, provides fabric management that helps network teams increase automation.

Weakness: AOS-CX has limited third-party automation and platform integrations such as lacking support for Puppet, Salt, vCenter and Hyper-V. Gartner also says customers report confusion over the company’s portfolio.

 
 
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