Menlo Park, CA — August 30, 2018 — Apstra has been selected as the winner for the Best of VMworld 2018 Networking Award. This award is given to a company that has hardware or software technologies that enhance networking in virtual or cloud infrastructures and/or enable and optimize virtualized networks. The Best of VMWorld award winners were announced yesterday in the Solutions Exchange Theater on the VMworld show floor in Las Vegas, Nevada.
TechTarget’s SearchServerVirtualization.com™ staff appointed a team of judges, consisting of editors, independent analysts, consultants and users that selected winning products according to their innovation, value, performance, functionality and ease of use. These prestigious awards recognize and identify the most outstanding products on display at VMware’s annual user conference.
“We are honored to be selected as the Best of Show Gold Winner for Networking at VMworld 2018,” said Mansour Karam, CEO and Founder of Apstra. “It is a testament of our customers’ enthusiasm for our product, AOS, and the dramatic value AOS has delivered for them as they transition from legacy hardware-centric network designs to software-driven DevOps compatible network infrastructures that support both established vendors and open alternatives.”
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About Apstra, Inc.
Apstra® pioneered Intent-Based Networking and Intent-Based Analytics™ (IBA) to simplify how data center networks are built and operated. AOS® delivers data center network automation that increases business agility through an autonomous or Self-Operating Network™ that increases data center application availability, simplifies the deployment and operation of moves, adds and changes and drives down both CapEx and OpEx costs. AOS is a multi-vendor, closed-loop intent-based distributed operating system that automates the full lifecycle of network operations with the simplicity, reliability and TCO of the public cloud. Apstra is based in Menlo Park, California and is privately funded.