Cloud Services

Control in the Cloud

Cloud WiFi management to effectively managing networks and application across distributed locations needs centralized and intuitive control. The Relay2 Cloud delivers that control to help businesses and service providers with rapid deployments, simplified provisioning, and low cost on-going management. Both the edge network and applications are brought together under a single unified “single-pane-of-glass” interface.

Intuitive Access Anywhere

  • Using the web-based interface, the Relay2 Cloud can be administered from anywhere around the world.
  • Feature-rich graphical user interface provides at-a-glance dashboard for current status of deployment APs
  • Intuitive provisioning pages simplifies configuring RF, WLAN, and service properties.
  • Monitor and statistics views show the real-time status of the network, clients, traffic, and applications.
  • Real-time email and SMS alerting

Secure Cloud-to-Edge Control

  • Dedicated virtual machines serve individual customer accounts providing complete data, control, and management separation.
  • Mature control plane protocol CAPWAP (Control and Provisioning for Wireless Access Points) provides secure end-to-end control for both the network and integrated services from the cloud to the access point where that service is delivered.
  • CAPWAP is designed specifically for Wi-Fi and proven in very large scale enterprise and carrier deployments
  • Client traffic is separate from management and control traffic so that client traffic is never passed to the Relay2 Cloud.

Role-based Administration

  • The Relay2 Cloud supports multiple account access roles supporting different levels of visibility and administrative authority.
  • to the feed the need of the business or service provider organization.

Massively Scalable

  • Built for scale, Relay2’s high-performance controllers handle 50,000 APs and up to 12 million simultaneous user connections per rack.
  • Separation of user traffic from control and management traffic avoid bandwidth bottlenecks or latency increases
  • Avoids performance bottleneck associated with hardware controller architectures.

High Reliability

  • Geographically distributed network of high capacity controllers in different data centers around the world provide full redundancy.
  • Sub-second failover allows control to switch over to an alternative data center without anyone missing a beat.
  • Out-of-band control ensures continued operation at the edge of the network should access points lose connectivity to the cloud.

Future Proof

  • The Relay2 cloud controller never has to be replaced. It is constantly updated with new features and enhancements.
  • Relay2 automatically applies AP firmware updates to customer networks to keep them optimized and secure

Future Proof

  • The Relay2 cloud controller never has to be replaced. It is constantly updated with new features and enhancements.
  • Relay2 automatically applies AP firmware updates to customer networks to keep them optimized and secure
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