Delivering Network-as-a-Service and Hybrid Cloud Visibility with Cloud-First

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Prashant Gandhi, VP and CPO, Big Switch Networks Bala Ramachandran, Sr. Dir. of Product Mgmt, Big Switch Networks

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In this webinar you will learn about how a fully automated switch fabric built ground-up leveraging cloud design principles enables VPC/VNET constructs on-prem to deliver cloud-style network-as-a-service operational model. Big Switch's Big Cloud Fabric automates networking for multiple private cloud platforms, enabling the network to operate at the speed of VMs and Containers. With built in analytics and telemetry, BCF provides real-time contextual visibility across the fabric as well as one-click troubleshooting workflows. NetOps, DevOps and CloudOps. You will also learn about how Big Switch's Big Monitoring Fabric enables pervasive and consistent visibility for security and application performance monitoring across on-prem data centers and public cloud deployments. In addition, we will look into how Big Switch's Multi-Cloud Director offers a single dashboard enabling global management and policy control across multiple enterprise and public cloud deployments of Big Cloud Fabric and Big Monitoring Fabric to provide a simplified and consistent hybrid cloud management experience.

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