Microsoft contributed the open source Software for Open Networking in the Cloud (SONiC) to OCP in 2016. It uses the Linux kernel, and it allows cloud operators to share the same software stack across multiple switch vendors’ hardware.
Bloomberg’s network engineers are using Apstra’s software to gain visibility across the network fabric supporting the building's media production systems.
It's been more than a year since Cisco made a splash with its intent-based networking announcement. But the term seems to apply to everything from a bird's-eye-view to a worm's-eye-view.
In this video, you’ll hear from Sasha Ratkovic (CTO and Founder at Apstra), Josh George (VP Analytics, Data Science and Telemetry at Juniper Networks), and Ethan Banks (Co-founder at Packet Pushers) about the challenges and successes for network...
Michael Wood took another emerging technology vendor, VeloCloud, to the top of the SD-WAN market. Apstra wants him to do the same for its company and intent-based networking.
AOS is the first automation software in the Yahoo Japan data center that it didn’t build itself.
It uses the same device agents for its intent-based networking.
Its AOS 2.0 works on different vendors’ hardware.
“Better to be onboard than be left behind.”
Cisco stole some marketing thunder from MEF, which is taking over ONF's work on the technology.
More than 1K enterprises will use intent-based networking by 2020.
AOS 1.2 offers “full network transparency.”
Facebook shows off the OCP ecosystem at an invitation-only event.