Why NaaS (Network as a Service)
NaaS is becoming a top priority for organizations around the world. Read what the latest industry research revealed.
State of the NaaS market from IDC
Demand for NaaS is accelerating, driven by shorter planning cycles, financial uncertainty, and network management concerns. IDC conducted a global survey of over 1,000 IT leaders in 11 countries on NaaS adoption trends, how organizations expect to benefit from NaaS, key barriers to NaaS adoption, and more.
Over 1,500 APJ IT leaders share views on NaaS
The appetite for NaaS is growing across Asia Pacific and Japan. Explore what Aruba learned about the demand for more agile and flexible network consumption models by surveying over 1,500 IT leaders across the region. View the infographic for Singapore and Hong Kong.
Introducing HPE GreenLake for Aruba
HPE GreenLake for Aruba NaaS enables organizations to quickly and efficiently deploy critical use cases, such as hybrid work, connected retail, and hybrid learning.
Retailers need reliable, scalable, and secure technology to deliver the best shopping experience, both in-store and out. Aruba’s entire portfolio can be consumed as a service with HPE GreenLake for Aruba, providing access to all the technology you need to keep shoppers connected and securely enable new in-store technologies such as automation, analytics, and cashier-less checkouts.
Rapidly changing technology requirements and budgets can make hybrid learning an adventure. Whether you need to support in-class instruction, online exams, or remote learning on-demand, HPE GreenLake for Aruba provides the financial flexibility, technical expertise, and operational resources to ensure students and staff stay connected.
Buyer’s Guide: Is NaaS right for you?
HPE GreenLake for Aruba customer stories
"HPE GreenLake for Aruba really gives us the ability to pivot extremely quickly and deliver new solutions as they’re needed."
Daniel Grider, Vice President, Technology and Head of Infrastructure Operations, The Home Depot
Texas A&M University is consuming Aruba technology as a service in the new Zachry Engineering Building to support greater collaboration and BYOD learning for students and faculty.
Online travel company Ikyu leverages HPE GreenLake for Aruba for faster deployment cycles, quicker technology refreshes, and the flexibility to scale as their needs change.
HPE GreenLake for Aruba enables Trevecca to overcome budgetary challenges and stay on the leading edge of technology while also enabling IT staff to focus on more strategic projects.
“It became apparent that our traditional capitalized replacement model no longer would provide the agility and financial efficiency needed in rapidly changing network designs.”
Vince Distasi, Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Grove City College