If you could optimize your network, offer better SLA and control your capacity planning operation cost wouldn’t you do it? If yes, then Cisco Multi-Domain Network Optimization and Simplification solution is a must-view event.
Cisco DemoFriday: Multi-Domain Network Optimization and Simplification – Why and How…
Networks continue to grow at rapid speed, always requesting more bandwidth, connecting more devices and enabling newer services and functions. To reduce the cost associated with network expansion, it becomes critical to automate, simplify and optimize. Based on standard protocols, we will show how to optimize and enable services across a multi-domain network using Segment Routing Traffic Engineering and Cisco SP SDN products such as WAN Automation Engine (WAE) and Network Services Orchestrator (NSO). Operators can now scale the network to support thousands of devices and limitless explicit paths. During this demo, Cisco explained how this is achieved using On-Demand SR TE Policies and distributed Path Computation Element (PCE) servers.
During this webinar, we learned:
- What the key drivers are to enable multi-domain WAN optimization and simplification
- Witness integration between XTC (XR Transport Controller), WAE and NSO
- See how SDN is able to be deployed in multi-vendor, multi-domain and large scale environment
If you could optimize your network, offer better SLA and control your capacity planning operation cost wouldn’t you do it? If yes, then Cisco Multi-Domain Network Optimization and Simplification solution is a must-view event. Watch the ‘Multi-Domain Network Optimization and Simplification – Why and How…’ webinar below.
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