By: Structured Wireless & Mobility Engineers Jed Rabe, CWNE, ACDX, ACMPv8, and Don Wright, ACDX, ACMP, CWDP, CWNA, MGCA -- Clients rely on the team at Structured to plan, deploy and support their wireless infrastructure -- especially when that technology is from Aruba Networks. Improvements in the Wi-Fi standard, LPWAN, and indoor tracking and wayfinding are driving change, and so many of our clients are interested in installing a brand-new Aruba wireless network or are looking to upgrade to the latest ArubaOS (AOS) architecture. In either case, we often are asked some common questions: What are the key features introduced with ArubaOS 8 (AOS 8)? What are the new Mobility Master Licenses for? Do all of our licenses transfer to the new architecture? Does the AOS 8 architecture still support our current hardware? What does the migration process between ArubaOS 6 (AOS 6) and AOS 8 look like? We aim to address each of these questions to help you feel more comfortable with the latest AOS architecture and to get the most from your wireless infrastructure. What are the key features introduced with AOS 8? When AOS 8 was introduced, it was described as a completely new architecture. This description…

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