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.
The company’s service provider business was up 6 percent year over year. But 5G isn’t the reason for the turnaround.
In this eBrief from SDxCentral, we take an in-depth look at the future of virtualization and the role of intent-based networking and what it means for service providers and enterprises.
Intent-based networking is a relatively new term in the information technology space. But what exactly is intent-based networking and what are the characteristics? The keyword in intent-based networking is intent.
The FCC repeals net neutrality; Intel finds a way to monetize 5G; and AT&T closes on its Time Warner deal.
Cisco executives tout their API-driven approach as the company's DevNet membership now tops 500,000 registered developers.
Cisco expects the ratio of IT people to devices to increase from 1 to 1,000 to 1 to 100,000 in just a couple of years.
The modernization of the manufacturing world can help us understand the intricacies of intent-based approaches and how they can be applied to storage.
Two new products provide assurance in the WAN.
Cisco-Viptela breathes life into Orange's SD-WAN; the SD-WAN hype cycle starts its decline; AT&T SD-WAN hits 150 countries.
The company's intent-based networking is doing quite well.
New assurance software continuously verifies the network is operating as intended, the company claims.
It uses the same device agents for its intent-based networking.
ONF consolidates open source communities; More than 21,000 people attended the first Mobile World Congress Americas.
The updated platform can infer business goals with no input from the user.