Aruba ClearPass Room for Improvement

Security5e37
Security Automation and Incident Response at a tech services company
The user interface should be improved. The logs and how the logging mechanism works can also use an upgrade. It should also have better reporting, we were trying to do the reports and didn't manage to do them because technically we couldn't. Better documentation on the API would be useful as well. View full review »
it_user688896
WiFi Manager at Etisalat UAE
Aruba needs to improve and the processes must be clear. I also believe the marketing is very important, as well as to split the database to be more specific, like having a user name, access point name or site name. View full review »
David Kariuki
Manager, Systems Technology at Ketraco
I would like the area of managing wired technology to be improved. Wireless is very good but I'm still struggling a bit to do my end to end configurations in the wired technology area. The Virtual Machine for the Clearpass sometimes has issues with loosing the management IP View full review »
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Cluster9210
Network Architect with 10,001+ employees
The product's graphical user interface (GUI) could use an update and better integration between the guest management and policy management interfaces. I'd also like to make sure there is support for Juniper switches. View full review »
Michael Velasco
Consultant
It should be clearer in the pre-sales stage that clear, documented, executive-supported InfoSec policy is the key to success. View full review »
Joe Hillenbrand
Network Administrator with 51-200 employees
* The AirWave Dashboard heat maps could be better designed. * Instructions on adding layouts are not as clear as they could be. View full review »
John LeBrun
Solution Design Engineering at Cigna
Aruba is always finding better, innovative ways to make their products easier and more friendly. It is always being improved, but what I would like to see is “AAS”. Not only Aruba APs with central, but NAC/ClearPass, AirWave, and everything licensed as a Service. This way, like AWS, they can spin up what they need when they need it and vice versa. View full review »
Morris Chen
Technology Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Configuration should be more easy to understand between the link of two topics. View full review »
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