The most valuable feature of Juniper Wireless Access Points (AP Series) is the ability to troubleshoot ports on the network. Additionally, when there is an update on the APs they are able to reboot quickly reducing downtime. Other solutions have a longer downtime when updates are done.
As with all cloud offerings, you choose a one, two, three, or five-year license, and then you choose between only managing your Access Point or doing WiFi assurance with the AI. It's your own choice in terms of how much licensing money you want to spend on it. That said, it could be a bit cheaper. If you have a lot of access points, it will be a significant amount of money compared to if you have an on-prem solution. We pay maybe 1000 SEK per year, per access point.
The price could be better. That is relative to the market right now since it is such a valued Access Point and system to have in place. They can label it at that price, however, for smaller companies who want to use their system, it might be a little too much. It is on the more expensive side. Maybe if you already have a Fortinet system in place, that could be a cheaper option and more reliable for you. However, in the case of Juniper, dropping the price for smaller operations would be useful to expand their reach.
I haven't had any issues with the product. The solution is expensive. That is why we have a very minor deployment.
Juniper Wireless Access Points (AP Series) could improve if the MIST platform had a built-in master key. This would be an advantage.
You can only get so far with it. If you want to do more specific stuff, it's a bit limited. You can alter the channels, and you can alter which bandwidth. However, it stops there. If you want to go deeper in, to do more customization, or have an office with special needs, it can be a bit tricky to get help from Juniper and to get them to do something in the background of the cloud to help.