Cloud Monitoring Solution Anuta Networks Supports Telstra’s Cloud Proposition

Anuta Networks, a provider of network services orchestration solutions, has collaborated with Telstra, Australia’s largest telecommunications provider, on its Telstra cloud network automation program.

NCX monitors the network infrastructure continuously and generates alarms in case of any service failures. Further, Anuta NCX optimizes the infrastructure by pooling the network resources. NCX also automates the decommissioning of the infrastructure and delivers resource usage reports for BSS/OSS. The solution reduces overall operating expenses while improving service and availability.

telstra-global“Anuta’s advanced network service orchestration solution offers capability that supports our Telstra Cloud network automation to allow customers to easily and quickly connect with our partner clouds,” said Craig Fulton, Head of Cloud Engineering at Telstra. “We worked very closely with the Anuta team to develop the user stories and workflows. It was a great team effort to deliver the entire project in two months for orchestration and integration with other components.”


The Anuta NCX solution works with multi-vendor physical and virtual network infrastructures and would deliver dedicated virtual networks within minutes. NCX integrates with Telstra’s cloud portals using REST API and introduces self-service. Customers can order service from the Telstra portal and within minutes NCX would orchestrate multiple endpoints in the Telstra Cloud Edge infrastructure.

“Telstra has pioneered a new business model and delivered exceptional value and choice to customers,” said Chandu Guntakala, President and CEO, Anuta Networks. “We are honored to be part of such an important project and we look forward to further innovation opportunities with Telstra.”

Anuta Networks was founded in 2010 by industry veterans with deep expertise in Enterprise, Data Center, Virtualization, Network and Systems Management. The Company is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in Japan, Australia, Ireland, France and India.