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Rapidly Build and Operate Physical and Overlay Networks with Apstra AOS™

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.
Recorded Dec 19 2017 37 mins
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    Data centers have experienced several significant transformations over the last 30 years. From the monolithic, oversubscribed data centers of the 90s 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.

    The Intent-Based Data Center is built on and incorporates key technological elements such as Intent-Based Networking, distributed system architecture, self-operation, remediation and cloudification which are necessary to increase application availability and reliability, simplify deployment and operations, and dramatically reduce costs (CapEx and OpEx).

    Join this webinar 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. In this webinar on Wednesday, November 7th at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET, Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst with ZK Research, will share the state of the nation for data centers, the challenges businesses around the globe are experiencing, and where data center implementations are headed.

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    Josh Saul
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    • 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.
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