Anuta Launches Docker Containerized Platform for Assurance, Telemetry and Orchestration for Multi-Vendor Networks

22 February 2018
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Anuta Launches Docker Containerized Platform for Assurance, Telemetry and Orchestration for Multi-Vendor Networks Image Credit: Anuta Networks

Anuta Networks has launched ATOM, a docker containerized and microservices-based platform for Assurance, Telemetry, and Orchestration for Multi-Vendor Networks.

The platform enables enterprises and service providers to rapidly design and provision network services, collect real-time telemetry, develop deep network analytics, ensure compliance and provide service assurance for multi-vendor physical and virtual infrastructure, said Anuta.

The containerized ATOM can be deployed to manage Small, Medium or Very large-scale networks in private, public and hybrid cloud environments. Anuta claims that the platform boosts the following features and capabilities;

 - Network Service Orchestration and Assurance for 40+ vendors provides one of the broadest industry coverage models

 - Horizontally scalable to 1 million+ devices provides networking investment protection for the future demands of IoT and other massive scalability requirements

 - Streaming Telemetry using Google Protocol Buffers facilitates an open standards approach in multi-vendor environments

 - Real-time Analytics and Historical reports allow IT administration to course correct immediately and ensure a higher and more consistent QoS

 - Dockerized to run on any cloud infrastructure including AWS, Azure, GCP provides customer deployment flexibility

 - Anuta ATOM includes an SDK for ease of developing applications using a sophisticated description language, query interface, and other productivity tools. 

Chandu Guntakala, President & CEO, Anuta Networks
ATOM combines the best of model-driven architecture with latest technologies in microservices and analytics to deliver one of the industry’s most scalable platforms.

Praveen Vengalam, Co-Founder and VP of Engineering, Anuta Networks 
We embraced Open Standards across the entire platform so that our customers can choose to integrate with other specialized software such as IPAM, Network Optimization platforms, traditional NMS/EMS platforms or Virtual Infrastructure Managers.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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