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Apstra - Intent-Based Networking System

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  • How is IBN Different than SDN
    How is IBN Different than SDN Carly Stoughton, Sean Hafeez Recorded: Oct 11 2018 4 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 and Service Delivery
    Intent-Based Analytics and Service Delivery Sasha Ratkovic Recorded: Sep 10 2018 3 mins
    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.
  • Apstra Puts the Easy in EVPN
    Apstra Puts the Easy in EVPN Carly Stoughton, Sean Hafeez Recorded: Sep 1 2018 4 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: Prevent Network Outages and Gray Failures
    Intent-Based Analytics: Prevent Network Outages and Gray Failures Josh Saul Recorded: Feb 6 2018 29 mins
    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.
  • Rapidly Build and Operate Physical and Overlay Networks with Apstra AOS™
    Rapidly Build and Operate Physical and Overlay Networks with Apstra AOS™ Josh Saul Recorded: Dec 19 2017 37 mins
    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

    Come learn how AOS can assist you.
  • Introducing Apstra AOS™ 2.0 for  Virtual and Physical Workloads
    Introducing Apstra AOS™ 2.0 for Virtual and Physical Workloads Josh Saul, Solutions Architect, Apstra Recorded: Oct 10 2017 27 mins
    SaaS companies, telecom service providers and enterprises alike need to transform their networks to capitalize on market opportunities while reducing OPEX. This transformation is inexorably leading toward the development of autonomous networks.

    Apstra is leading this movement, and our intent-based networking system — the Apstra Operating System (AOS)™ — is taking another leap forward with powerful new features that will help enterprises increase their speed to market and ensure higher security levels for virtual and physical workloads.

    In the webinar "Introducing Apstra AOS for Virtual and Physical Workloads" Josh Saul will discuss and demonstrate several of the new features in the latest release of AOS that are critical steps forward in the evolution of autonomous networks.
  • Data Center Network Operations: Extensible Telemetry
    Data Center Network Operations: Extensible Telemetry Derick Winkworth Recorded: Jun 21 2017 58 mins
    Apstra Operating System (AOS) 1.2 marks a significant milestone for network operations. New operational tooling -- out-of-the-box as well as user-created in Python -- means network engineers will get more done while making fewer mistakes.

    Join us for this AOS demonstration.
  • Data Center Network Operations: Fragile to Agile
    Data Center Network Operations: Fragile to Agile Wyatt Sullivan Recorded: May 25 2017 47 mins
    Network infrastructure today does not provide the agility and availability to support business goals. As cloud, Internet of Things (IoT) and digital strategies take hold, network engineers need a solution for the data center network to increase their business velocity and close the gap between business demands and network service delivery.

    Join Wyatt Sullivan, Product Manager at Apstra®, on Thursday, May 25 at 11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM EST as he discusses current and upcoming features in the Apstra Operating System™ that deliver a “command and control system” providing game-changing network service agility, uptime and dramatically improved infrastructure TCO.
  • Apstra and Ansible: Bridge the DevOps Network Divide
    Apstra and Ansible: Bridge the DevOps Network Divide Damien Garros, Apstra and Andrius Benokraitis, Ansible Recorded: Apr 20 2017 59 mins
    Ansible is a simple, powerful, and agentless open source IT automation framework. The Apstra Operating System (AOS) enables companies to build a vendor-agnostic, intent-based and closed-loop Self-Operating Network™.

    Join Damien Garros​, Customer Enablement Engineer at Apstra and Andrius Benokraitis​, Principal Product Manager for Ansible at Red Hat on Thursday, April 20 at 11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM EST to discover how Ansible and AOS together bridge the gap between networking and DevOps in a useful and meaningful way!
  • Apstra Intent-Based Networking Systems
    Apstra Intent-Based Networking Systems Josh Saul, Solutions Architect, Apstra Recorded: Apr 13 2017 59 mins
    Gartner calls intent-based networking systems possibly "the next big thing in networking". But what exactly are "intent-based networking systems" and how will they affect you?

    Join Apstra Solutions Architect Josh Saul on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 11:00 am PST as he demonstrates how the Apstra Operating System (AOS) decouples your network-service design intent and operations from error-prone and time-consuming vendor-specific, box-level workflows, including:

    - Declare service intent in natural language
    - Render configurations automatically
    - Deploy auto-validated configurations
    - Swap out Vendor A switches with Vendor B switches in minutes
    - Receive instant alerts on mis-cabling, bad transceivers, and configuration drifts
    - Operate with continuous validations of the network state

    Don't miss this opportunity to get an in-depth look at the future of networking.

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