Reports

Gartner Cool Vendor in Enterprise Networking, 2017

Gartner Cool Vendors in Enterprise Networking, 2017

I&O leaders responsible for networking must transform their networks from fragile to agile to facilitate digital business initiatives. The vendors in this research provide innovative ways to improve network agility, increase network availability and optimize costs within enterprise networks.

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Gartner Innovation Insight: Intent-Based Networking Systems

Gartner Innovation Insight: Intent-Based Networking Systems

This report authored by Andrew Lerner, Joe Skorupa and Sanjit Ganguli, 07 February 2017 states that “We believe a full IBNS implementation can reduce network infrastructure delivery times to the business leaders by 50% to 90%, while simultaneously reducing the number and duration of outages by at least 50%.”

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Bank of America Report on Network Automation Market

Bank of America Industry Overview

This report titled “Cloud Infrastructure primer: technology headwinds become growth opportunities” Bank of America/Merrill Lynch state that they believe Apstra “could have a significant impact on the [network automation] space.

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Cowen Group on Apstra Operating System

Cowen and Company Equity Research Report

Cowen and Company provides their perspective on the business prospects for Apstra based on their analysis of the Apstra’s technology, performance and pedigree in this report titled “Apstra: Driving the Rise of Hyperscale IT”.

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Moor Insights & Strategy

Moor Insights and Strategy

In this report titled “Apstra’s AOS: Distributed Network OS” Moor Insights and Strategy explains how a distributed network automation approach to the data center aligns your infrastructure with your business growth needs.

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ZK Research

ZK Research

“Apstra Makes Multi-Vendor Software-Defined Networking a Reality” written by Zeus Kerravala of ZK Research shares how Apstra makes vendor-agnostic Software Defined Networking A Reality.

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