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White Papers

Intent-Based Networking Taxonomy

Apstra introduced the notion of Intent-Based Networking and Self-Operating Networks™ in June of 2016, and now there are various Intent-Based Networking implementations on the market. This white paper enables network operators to cut through the marketing hype and make sound buying decisions based on Intent-Based Networking maturity levels.

Improving Your Security Posture through “Software-First” Intent-Based Networking

While there are thousands of security point solutions addressing specific security threats, it is important that infrastructure teams are also diligent and implement approaches that, at the foundational level, enforce the level of discipline and hygiene required to maintain a good security posture. With that in mind, “Software-First” Intent-Based Networking can offer organizations significant improvements to their security posture. This white paper explains why.


Apstra Intent-Based Data Center Automation 3.0

Apstra’s recent release of AOS 3.0, the award-winning Intent-Based Data Center Automation system, enables businesses to increase application reliability and availability, simplify deployments and operations through automation, and reduce costs (OpEx and CapEx). View this on-demand webinar to learn about the latest advancements in this release.

Intent-Based Data Center Automation Architecture

Join industry expert Sasha Ratkovic, Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder of Apstra as he reviews the architecture of Intent-Based Data Center Automation and discuss the foundational technologies that make up this architecture.

Data Sheets and Briefs

AOS® 3.0 Datasheet

Apstra Intent-Based Data Center Automation 3.0 enables businesses to build an Intent-Based Data Center that increases application reliability and availability, simplifies deployments and operations through automation, and reduces costs (OpEx and CapEx). Apstra enables network engineers and operators to quickly and reliably design, build, operate, and validate a data center network of any size with scalability for the largest data centers.

Solution Brief: Apstra AOS® and SONiC

Read this solution brief to learn more about how Apstra AOS® and SONiC work together to make automation of the disaggregated networking stack a cohesive system, without the need for lengthy and risky in-house programming.


Beyond Innovation #25: Self-Programming Networks with ‘Billionaire Professor’ David Cheriton

Beyond Innovation co-host Michael Bancroft speaks with Apstra co-founder and ‘billionaire professor’ Dr. David Cheriton about how his work in developing intent-based computer networks are changing how humans are using computers – from helpful aids to complete automation.

NetEvents Special Feature: Intent-Based Networking

Manek Dubash of NetEvents International takes a fresh look at Intent-Based Networking with a deep dive into Bloomberg’s implementation of the Apstra Operating System (AOS) for the production network for Bloomberg TV in their state-of-the-art London headquarters.

Case Studies

Bloomberg Manages Bloomberg Television’s Media Production Network in New London Building with Apstra

When Bloomberg Television opened its state-of-the-art broadcast facility in the company’s new European Headquarters in London last year, network engineers from the company’s IT infrastructure team collaborated with Apstra to successfully pilot its technology in order to gain visibility across and more effectively manage the network fabric supporting the building’s media production systems.

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Customer Case Study: Yahoo Japan Corporation

Yahoo Japan Corporation required a new data center network infrastructure and more efficient network operations to support their big data requirements and massive growth in network traffic. Download this in-depth case study that shows how Yahoo Japan Corporation is implementing a multi-vendor intent-based networking system in production today, and how they got here.

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