Rapidly Build and Operate Physical and Overlay Networks with AOS™
Join Apstra Solutions Architect Josh Saul as he explains and demonstrates how Apstra AOS 2.0 allows you to quickly and easily convert all phases of your network requirements — including design, build, deploy and operate — into a fully operational system.
Introducing Apstra AOS 2.0 for Virtual and Physical Workloads
In this webinar, Solutions Architect, Josh Saul covers new features in AOS 2.0 including support for VXLAN which enables the first integrated overlay and underlay, allowing you to run L2 apps on a scale-out L3 fabric. Josh discusses how AOS can help operators reduce time to delivery, cost and outages by 50%-90%.
Data Center Network Operations: Extensible Telemetry
Apstra Operating System (AOS) 1.2 marks a significant milestone for network operations. New operational tooling — out-of-the-box as well as user-created in Python — means network engineers will get more done while making fewer mistakes. Get an in-depth demonstration of the new capabilities in AOS 1.2 in this webinar created especially for Network Engineers.
Data Center Network Operations: Fragile to Agile
Derick Winkworth, Network Engineer at Apstra® discusses current and upcoming features in the Apstra Operating System™ that deliver a “command and control system” providing game-changing network service agility, uptime and dramatically improved infrastructure TCO.
Ansible and Apstra: Bridge the DevOps Network Divide
Damien Garros, Customer Enablement Engineer at Apstra and Andrius Benokraitis, Principal Product Manager for Ansible at Red Hat discover how Ansible and AOS together finally bridge the gap between networking and DevOps in a useful and meaningful way!
Intent-Based Networking System Demo
Apstra Solutions Architect Josh Saul demonstrates how the Apstra Operating System (AOS) decouples your network-service design intent and operations from error-prone and time-consuming vendor-specific, box-level workflows.
Evolution Towards Autonomy: The Journey Towards Self Operating Networks
In this highly interactive discussion led by Doug Gourlay (@dgourlay) and Derick Winkworth (@cloudtoad) we explore the emerging skills gap in the networking community while as well as methods to close that gap and enable a data center architecture that provides for scale, mobility, security, and simplicity of operations.