Understanding Intent-Based Analytics (IBA) in Apstra Operating System (AOS)
Intent-Based Analytics (IBA) is an important feature of AOS and a main enabler for closed loop telemetry. IBA allows network operators to specify how they expect their network to operate and continuously validates their intent, generating alerts when it detects a deviation. AOS provides a real-time representation of all state in the system, including interfaces to physical elements such as switches and links. It also shows virtual elements, security zones and applications — all part of the same graph. This white paper shares a basic understanding of the Apstra AOS solution, and the benefits IBA provides.
Intent-Based Networking: A Next-Gen Vision for the Next-Gen Network
This in-depth white paper explains how service providers are capitalizing on Intent-Based Networking — a new and effective networking model that provides a way of abstracting an application, feature, network, or resource in such a way that the intent is exposed, but the implementation is hidden.
The Apstra Operating System (AOS®) Value Proposition
Mansour Karam, Apstra CEO shares how to build a private cloud that is as agile as the public cloud, and why the timing is right.
The Apstra Operating System (AOS) Architecture Overview
Sasha Ratkovic, Apstra CTO explains the features and benefits of the Apstra Intent-based AOS architecture.