The Aurora Gateway provides secure alarming over HTTPS (secure HTTP) between the Avaya CM and associated products with AlarmTraq. The entire HTTP alarm message, including both the headers and the body of the HTTP alarm message is encrypted using public asymmetric encryption algorithms.
Once deployed on your customers network the gateway receives and acknowledges alarms from the entire family of Avaya Aura products.
The Aurora gateway runs as a small Linux service using the most popular distros such as RHEL, CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu. You can even run it on a Raspberry Pi if you like.
The Aurora Gateway can be deployed as a reliable and secure replacement for the alarming functions of the Avaya SAL 2.x gateways. In accordance with Avaya’s product lifecycle policy, all current SAL 2.x remote access and alarm/core concentrators for Avaya business partners will move to End-of-Services-Support at the end of 2018.
There are currently no plans to replace the premise SAL alarm/core concentrator. For more information see https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/101037177/
If you prefer to run the Aurora gateway as a Windows service on an existing desktop or virtual machine. Requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 and higher.
Deploy and test Aurora Gateway on Raspberry Pi
Demonstrates installation and testing of Avaya CM connectivity to Aurora Gateway running on a Raspberry Pi.
Despite it's small size the Raspberry Pi is still a complete Linux computer with 1GB of memory and in this case a 32GB microSD chip for storage.
Deploy Linux based Aurora Gateway OVA template
Demonstrates the steps required to deploy a Linux based Aurora Gateway using an OVA template on VMware ESXi 5.5.
A few simple steps that will have you up and working in minutes.
Quick setup guide for Linux based Aurora Gateway
How to configure the Aurora gateway to send secure alarms over HTTPS for Avaya Communications Manager and related products.