Anonymous UserFederal Field Systems Engineer at a government
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The fabric of the solution and the management aspect are the solution's most valuable features."
"Its simplicity and web interface were most valuable. I also liked the two-factor authentication."
"What I like most about this solution is that it is secure."
"The most valuable feature is that the CLI is the same on all of the Juniper devices, including routers, switches, and firewalls."
"The ease of management through the command line interface is very good."
"Juniper is the best when it comes to the core layer."
"The scalability is excellent. It's one of the aspects of the solution that is quite good."
"The GUI interface distinguishes it from other vendors and makes it easy to operate."
"It has features that allow us to go back to previous configurations."
"This is a lower cost product with better features than the competition."
"The only problem is that at the moment it's an Extreme product and Extreme is not really pushing it. They have to make up for weak innovation and I'm not sure if they want to do that."
"Its scalability can be better. If possible, it can have Hyper POE. I am not sure if there is a fiber version."
"It was very difficult to get technical support, here in Egypt. There is no local support available."
"The protocols can be tunneled, but on a global basis, not on an interface, and this is a feature that should be added."
"It would be nice to have a more available list of modules that you can get for this solution."
"The stability of this solution should be improved."
"We are undergoing a migration to software-defined networking. Different vendors have to integrate with each other and we are not seeing this type of capability within Juniper. We are getting left behind in this technology trend by staying with this solution. Juniper is also losing a bit of market share because of this."
"In the next release of this solution, I would like to see better integration with software-defined networking."
"The initial setup of switches is not that simple."
"The operating system, Junos OS, often has bugs which forces rollbacks or additional upgrades to resolve."
"It was around $1500 a year. It is cheaper than Cisco but more expensive than Ruckus."
"We purchased the box for a one-time charge, and we are paying a yearly support fee of several hundred Euros."
"The maintenance cost is approximately €2,000 ($2,200 USD) per year, including support, for our entire fleet."
"This solution is cheaper than Cisco or HP switches."
"The Juniper switches are less expensive than competing brands."
"You don't need to license every switch. We only chose to cover support on core/key equipment and keep a cold spare available when needed."
"Juniper costs less than the competition. As a comparison, Cisco is 33% more."
"The pricing for the support is very high."
"It's was $100,000 per year."
Juniper Ethernet Switches are made up of the EX Series product line. These EX Series Ethernet Switches provide branch, campus and data center networks with access, aggregation and core layer switching solutions. The end result is secure, fast and efficient application and data delivery.
Today's enterprise networks increasingly demand mobile access, optimal availability, virtualization, and unified communications. The Juniper Ethernet Switches EX Series caters for all of these requirements, ensuring business continuity, network flexibility and maximum productivity.
Extreme VDX is ranked 20th in Ethernet Switches with 2 reviews while Juniper Ethernet Switches is ranked 5th in Ethernet Switches with 21 reviews. Extreme VDX is rated 8.6, while Juniper Ethernet Switches is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of Extreme VDX writes "A simple and stable solution with a web interface and two-factor authentication". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Juniper Ethernet Switches writes "Flexible admin features and has good firewall filters". Extreme VDX is most compared with Cisco Catalyst Switches, Cisco Nexus, Dell PowerConnect Switches, ExtremeSwitching and VMware NSX, whereas Juniper Ethernet Switches is most compared with Cisco Ethernet Switches, Aruba Switches, Arista Networks Platform, HPE Ethernet Switches and Ubiquiti UniFi Switches. See our Extreme VDX vs. Juniper Ethernet Switches report.
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