The world of Data Centers is evolving. Enterprises today need flexibility, agility and scalability. Intent-Based Data Center Automation enables Enterprise IT teams to plan, design, and build Intent-Based Data Centers that are enabling business transformation initiatives, such as digital transformation, agile applications, IoT implementations, cloud adoption, and client demands.
Join Apstra in this live webinar on Wednesday, January 23rd at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET to hear about real-world examples of why and how actual businesses are deploying Intent-Based Data Center Automation. You'll also gain a better understanding of how these businesses are using Intent-Based Data Center Automation to increase application reliability, simplify deployments, and reduce costs.
Join Michael Wood, CMO and VP of Product of Apstra, and Mansour Karam, CEO and Founder of Apstra, to learn:
- How five Enterprises implemented Intent-Based Data Center Automation
- The top real-world problems and challenges Enterprises are solving today
- Specific benefits Enterprises can achieve through the use of Intent-Based Data Center Automation
- How key technologies, such as Intent-Based Networking, factor into live deployments
Enterprise IT teams are planning, designing and building Intent-Based Data Centers to address the challenges driven by business transformations which include massive digital transformation, cloud adoption, mobility proliferation, advanced applications, pervasive IoT, and end-user demands. Intent-Based Data Center Automation is key to designing, building, deploying and operating the Intent-Based Data Center.
Join our guest, Lee Doyle, Principal Analyst with Doyle Research, in this live webinar to gain an understanding of how Intent-Based Data Center Automation is addressing the needs of the Intent-Based Data Center through increased application reliability, simplified deployments, and reduced costs.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How evolving technology is driving the ability to enable your data center to stay ahead of business transformations
- How to increase the application and workload reliability and performance
- Methods to detect and resolve underlying network challenges
- Quick and simple ways to help meet compliance requirements
Data centers have experienced several significant transformations over the last 30 years. From the monolithic, oversubscribed data centers of the 1990s to the software defined, containerized data centers of the last five years. There are a new set of growing challenges that data center IT teams are facing as a result of massive digital transformation, cloud adoption, mobility proliferation, advanced applications, pervasive IoT, and end user demands. These challenges are driving the next major data center transformation.
To address this growing set of demands, data center IT teams are planning, designing, and deploying Intent-Based Data Centers.
Watch this webinar featuring Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst with ZK Research, to understand trends in data center requirements, the growing challenges data center IT teams are facing today and in the future, and the solutions necessary to address these challenges.
By attending this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Major trends impacting data center transformation
- How to address the growing set of data center challenges
- Techniques for mitigating threats, exposure, and vulnerabilities created by Shadow IT
- How to incorporate the cloud into your private data center strategy
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Bloomberg Intelligence hosted Mansour Karam, CEO of Apstra to discuss next-generation networking technologies, with a focus on Intent-Based Networking. Watch this on-demand webinar featuring Woo Jin Ho, Bloomberg Intelligence Analyst, Networking, Semiconductors.
Carly Stoughton, Sean HafeezRecorded: Oct 11 20184 mins
There is a lot of buzz around Intent-based networking (IBN), but there is still a lot of confusion about the difference between IBN and software-defined networking (SDN). Carly Stroughton and Sean Hafeez of Apstra discuss some of the issues with SDN and how IBN resolves them.
Intent-based analytics (IBA) is a critical component of intent-based networking, responsible for ensuring that network services are delivered as intended in the face of constant change. Apstra founder and CTO, Sasha Ratkovic, explains what IBA is and why it is important for data center automation.
Carly Stoughton, Sean HafeezRecorded: Sep 1 20184 mins
Businesses running their data center networking business-critical infrastructure in a multi-vendor environment face a myriad of challenges around protocols. At scale, EVPN is incredibly complex. Apstra AOS, with new support for EVPN, simplifies the automated network experience in a multi-vendor data center. Hear from Apstra experts how to implement EVPN in minutes.
Intent-Based Analytics enables network architects and operators to create high-level conditions for alerting on any set of telemetry from the network. The conditions are defined from user intent, so they are constantly updated when new devices or policies are deployed in the network. IBA "probes" can combine multiple conditions to minimize false positives and provide more relevant context, thereby decreasing operating expenses and eliminating unneeded troubleshooting. Any condition that can be described by the operator can be turned into a probe that will be checked 100% of the time without additional work. In this webinar we will provide an introduction to the exciting capabilities of this feature.
Imagine you have been asked to design and operationalize a new data center network in two weeks. Previously, such a project would have taken six months. With AOS, you can comfortably complete all phases of this project on time without human errors:
• Design in minutes, using industry best-practice reference architecture
• Build configs in minutes
• Deploy configs in minutes
• Validate network state continuously
• Operate with closed-loop telemetry