Sydney, Australia: 29 May 2014
OneConfig announced today that it has joined Juniper Networks’ Technology Alliance Partner Program. As a Foundation Alliance Partner, OneConfig simplifies network provisioning and management through a cloud-based service that allows engineers of all skill levels to manage Juniper devices from any location in the world just by using a browser. The secure Web-based User Interface is quick to set up, connect devices to, and provides functions for the most common provisioning tasks including enabling/disabling interfaces, changing VLANs, and security policy tasks (create/delete/edit/re-order policies).
OneConfig supports Juniper Networks® EX Series Ethernet Switches, SRX Series Services Gateways and Firefly Perimeter solutions.
Aimed squarely at the Small to Medium Enterprise Market (SME) with its rapid cloud adoption, OneConfig allows stretched IT managers in SMEs to leverage the technical advantages of their Juniper hardware investments, without requiring deep networking expertise – they can register their devices online and begin managing them in minutes.
OneConfig Plans start from just $75 per month to manage up to 10 devices. OneConfig has no lock-in contracts so customers can upgrade to larger plans, or downgrade/cancel at any time. (See oneconfig.com/plans for further details.)
Andrew Hill, Co-Founder and Director of OneConfig said, “Like Juniper Networks, we are passionate about making network management simple. We are delighted to be part of the Juniper Networks Technology Alliance Partner Program. We are excited about working with Juniper and making a positive contribution to their wider community”.
Michael Zutenis, Area Partner Director, Australia and New Zealand, Juniper Networks said, “Juniper Networks is focused on engaging with Technology Alliance partners who can innovate and collaborate with us on various levels. OneConfig is a great example of a Technology Alliance Partner that takes it to a whole new level. They offer a great means for some customers to leverage the potential of Juniper’s hardware in the cloud”.