Anuta Networks Supports Remote Deployment of Tata Communications’ IZO™ SDWAN Service for Enterprises
Anuta Networks’ NCX with advanced YANG platform helps managed services providers to automate complex provisioning and operational flows
MILPITAS, CA – 5th September, 2017 — Anuta Networks, a leading provider of network services orchestration solutions, today announced that its award winning NCX orchestratorhas been successfully deployed by the global managed services provider Tata Communications for automating the roll-out of the company’s IZO™ SDWAN offering across 130 countries.
“Since launching IZO™ SDWAN, we’ve seen significant interest in this service from our enterprise customers who want to make the most of their cloud deployments, while reducing the complexity of moving to the cloud,” said Peter Juffernholz, Associate Vice President, Virtualized Network Services at Tata Communications. “To enhance the self-service capabilities of IZO™ SDWAN and enable on-demand service provisioning, including network telemetry driven service assurance, we have partnered with Anuta Networks. The company’s NCX network orchestrator has the breadth and depth of features we needed to automate remote branch deployments for our customers globally.”
NCX delivers configuration and policy management for multi-vendor network devices using extensible device and service models. For Tata Communications’ IZO™ SDWAN, NCX automates Cisco Integrated Services Routers, Cisco Aggregation Services Routers and Cisco Cloud Services Router 1000V Series. In addition to provisioning, NCX collects telemetry from thousands of network elements to provide customers with unprecedented visibility into their network operations.
“The transition to cloud-centric service delivery including hybrid cloud, presents a great opportunity for managed services providers,” said Chandu Guntakala, President & CEO of Anuta Networks. “NCX with its YANG model driven architecture empowers them to automate complex provisioning and operational flows. It gives me immense pleasure to partner with Tata Communications to accelerate the company’s IZO™ SDWAN deployments.”
“NCX is a highly extensible, pluggable and horizontally scalable platform that facilitates agile network service delivery, and brings a DevOps model to managed services,” said Praveen Vengalam, founder and VP of Engineering, Anuta Networks. “Managed services providers can declare business intent with service models, and the NCX will provide persistence, role-based access control, hierarchical resource pools, Netconf Access Control Model (NACM), and auditing. NCX modeling constructs will ensure true telemetry between higher level network services and the deployed configuration on the infrastructure.”TCL CASE STUDY
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Anuta Networks is a leading provider of multi-vendor network orchestration for branch, campus, data center and service provider-managed enterprise networks. Anuta Networks orchestration platform (NCX) enables customers to automate and accelerate network services. Anuta NCX offers complete Lifecycle Service Orchestration of physical, virtual, and hybrid networks thus allowing customers to leverage their investments in existing network infrastructure and transition them seamlessly to the Software-Defined Networking (SDN) / Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) environments. Anuta Networks was founded in 2010 by industry veterans with deep expertise in Enterprise, Data Center, Virtualization, Network and Systems Management. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Anuta Networks is a Gartner Cool Vendor and Best of VMworld award winner three times in a row.
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