Showcasing Intent Based Networking Solutions in Proof of Concept Demonstration and Town Hall Meeting Sessions
NEW YORK, NY—OCTOBER 09, 2017 – Apstra® Inc. has been selected to demonstrate the Apstra Operating System (AOS)™ — the vendor-agnostic, intent-based networking system — at the ONUG Fall Conference, on October 17-18, located at The Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. Apstra will be highlighted at the following showcases at the event:
- Mansour Karam, Founder and CEO of Apstra will be joined by IT executives from State Street, Versa Networks, Kentik and Moogsoft on the ONUG Town Hall Meeting Panel Session: “How Fast Will Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Disrupt IT Jobs?” on October 18 at 2:10 pm. The session will focus on what jobs will live on in a post-artificial intelligence (AI) world?
- Apstra will showcase its latest technologies in a Proof of Concept Demonstration, located in the Proof of Concept Theatre. Apstra will demonstrate AOS 2.0, integration of physical and virtual networks with VXLAN support, Intent-Based Networking and Intent-Based Analytics.
- Apstra’s innovative technologies will be on display at Booth #26. Come and learn about Apstra’s latest innovation, AOS 2.0 that enables for the first-time a vendor-agnostic integrated underlay and overlay network infrastructure. Schedule to meet with us at ONUG Fall 2017 to learn more about how AOS can transform your data center network.
SCHEDULE A MEETING:
Members from the Apstra team will be available to meet with customers, prospects and partners at the event. If you will be attending and want to learn more about Apstra and AOS, schedule a meeting here.
Read the latest blog post from Apstra CEO & Founder, Mansour Karam on Underlay – Overlay Integration for the Data Center.
To learn about Apstra Autonomous Networks view recent Apstra Webinars.
AOS 2.0 was featured in a webinar on Tuesday, October 10th.
About Apstra, Inc.
Apstra® has delivered the only Intent-Based Network operating system that enables a Self-Operating Network™, an autonomous network that configures itself, fixes itself and defends itself. The company is redefining network operations and economics to make the network a CIO’s most valuable asset to address business velocity. The Apstra Operating System (AOS™) provides the only vendor-agnostic, intent-based, closed-loop “command and control” system delivering agility and massive TCO savings through automation of the full lifecycle of network operations. Apstra is based in Menlo Park and is privately funded.
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Mari Mineta Clapp