Assurance, Telemetry, and Orchestration for Multi-vendor Networks
Anuta ATOM is the only Network Orchestration and Assurance platform that offers:
Yes, ATOM is delivered as Virtual Appliance (OVA or ISO format). It can be installed on your favorite hypervisor or on a stand-alone server. ATOM can also be installed in Docker containers with Kubernetes orchestration.
Yes, see ATOM SaaS.
Yes, please see here.
Anuta ATOM orchestrates and integrates third-party VNFs so that Service Providers can package a vCPE solution and offer to their customers. See Virtual CPE for more information.
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Anuta ATOM ships with YANG models for 100+ platforms from 45+ vendors. For minor revisions (say going from ASA 9.0 to ASA 9.1), customers and partners can update the YANG models themselves within hours. If there is a major change (from ASA 8.2 to ASA 8.3), Anuta team can add the YANG models within a couple of days. For a completely new type of device (e.g. Packet Shaper), it may take two weeks to add the YANG models. See YANG Models page.
Yes, Anuta ATOM has built-in device models for many traditional/legacy platforms that support CLI and SNMP. Unlike other orchestrators, Anuta ATOM doesn’t require customers to upgrade to a specific software or hardware version. Anuta ATOM works with your current infrastructure.
No, Anuta ATOM doesn’t require an agent on each network device. Anuta ATOM communicates with the device over the management plane using CLI, SNMP, XML, NETCONF, RESTAPI etc.
For larger deployments (> 1000 devices), ATOM supports a distributed server-agent architecture. Each Agent can handle 1000 devices and hence the solution can scale horizontally with your infrastructure. For a small deployment or during the POC, the same ATOM virtual appliance can act as a server and an agent.
Yes, ATOM supports brownfield configuration and service discovery.
Yes, ATOM supports IETF YANG, IETF NACM, BPMN and will continue to support Open Standards where applicable.
ATOM has a micro services architecture and all nodes run in cluster mode. This helps in resiliency and horizontal scale.
Yes, ATOM workflow supports pre-checks on devices such as route check, ping check.
Yes, ATOM supports 2-Phase commit protocol for transactions.
Yes, ATOM transactions supports auto rollback. Re-Try is available for operations that are past the reservation phase and encountered transient operration errors such as device connectivity issues.
Yes, by default ATOM pulls config after each service provisioning step. The config management capabilities include review of config-diff across different versions of the config.
Yes, ATOM allows baseline to be defined using performance data collected through SNMP, SNMP Trap, Syslog or Telemetry, and appropriate actions can be associated – Email, Slack, Workflow Actions for remediation or end-user intervention through ITSM tools such as Jira, ServiceNow etc.
Yes, ATOM discovers network topology using CDP/LLDP. Alarms and Performance data is overlaid on the topology.
ATOM provides a GUI to monitor active workflow instance, to debug various stages in the workflow, diff pre-check and post-check variables, cancel and clean-up instances etc.
Yes. The ATOM platform provides complete integration with AWS. Using ATOM administrators can create and manage AWS services. Integration with GCP and Azure is in progress and will be available soon.
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