Network Director

Visualize, analyze, and control the entire enterprise network

Junos Space Network Director lets users visualize, analyze, and control the enterprise network—data center and campus, physical and virtual, wired and wireless—through a single pane of glass.

    Overview

    Junos Space Network Director is a smart, comprehensive, and automated network management tool that enables network administrators to visualize, analyze, and control their entire enterprise network—data center and campus, physical and virtual, wired and wireless—through a single pane of glass.

    Space Network Director helps administrators manage and synchronize both physical and virtual environments in the data center, ensuring that network policies follow workloads as they move from server to server or from virtual machine to virtual machine. In the campus, Network Director automates routine management tasks such as network provisioning and troubleshooting, dramatically improving operational efficiency and reliability.

    Features

    • Zero-Touch Provisioning simplifies policy-driven plug-and-play network deployment and network bring-up operations.
    • Bulk Provisioning enables faster service rollout and activation, even at logical or location level, and protects against configuration errors.
    • Performance Analyzer provides real-time and trended monitoring of VMs, users, ports, and RF environments, as well as high-frequency monitoring data that helps identify heat maps to optimize utilization.
    • VM Analyzer provides real-time physical and virtual topology views, tracks vMotion activity, and maintains complete virtual network inventory.
    • Fabric Analyzer monitors and analyzes physical and virtual network fabric health, increasing service availability.
    • Mobile Analyzer enables real-time and trended monitoring of RF environments.
    • Network Director RESTful APIs provide a single-point interface to all orchestration tools.
    • VMware vCenter Integration helps orchestrate the physical network based on vMotion activity.