“It is exciting to see the momentum from our partner program across all verticals,” said Chandu Guntakala, president and CEO at Anuta Networks. “We are pleased to welcome Technica to our Global Channel Partner program. Together, we look forward to delivering network orchestration benefits to numerous federal agencies.”
Anuta’s NCX platform delivers network service orchestration for greenfield and brownfield deployments. NCX is an intent-driven platform with YANG service models for multiple domains such as Branch/CPE, Data Center, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), Carrier Core Networks and Cloud Interconnects. NCX has built-in YANG device models for physical and virtual network devices from 35+ industry leading vendors supporting hundreds of L2-L7 network functions. For a complete list: http://www.anutanetworks.com/managed-devices/.
While the models are available, there is still a need to develop the automation and workflows in an efficient manner. As an Anuta Global Channel Partner, Technica can utilize a unique contracting approach gathering momentum called Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs) to get started quickly and easily. OTA is a public/private contracting collaboration that many forward-leaning agencies are already strongly advocating because it greatly streamlines mission-to-prototype-to-operations (“MPO Flow”) at a fraction of the time and expense of traditional government acquisition methods. The contractual simplicity is such that getting started requires only a request/response for a white paper which Technica’s Innovation Council assists in developing on behalf of government customers.
Miguel Collado, CEO and CTO at Technica, added, “There are many things coming together right now, including OTA contracting vehicles, advanced network/performance sensors, predictive algorithms, machine learning and continuous development/release/operations DevOps frameworks, that can leverage robust orchestration engines to deliver cost effective and secure solutions for the federal sector. In addition, automation and orchestration were two of the top areas of interest expressed by the government at the recent NetMod 2017 and AFCEA/GMU C4I Symposium industry events. We look forward to leveraging the Anuta Global Channel Partner Program in addressing this important customer need.”
About Anuta Networks:
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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About Technica Corporation:
Technica Corporation, founded in 1991, provides high-end system engineering services, products and leading innovative solutions to defense, intelligence, law enforcement and federal civilian agencies. The company specializes in systems engineering; integration and testing; cybersecurity; and product development, deployment and support. Technica is part of the NSA Commercial Solutions for Classified Program (CSfC) and is accredited at CMMI ML3 for systems development and operations. For more information, please visit: www.technicacorp.com/innovation.
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