… the very early phases. There is tremendous opportunity for resellers and MSPs to take advantage of this.”
The networking giant rolled out new tools for visibility in the WAN. Cisco extended its “intent-based networking” initiative last week.
This strategy includes offerings from Cisco’s two biggest SD-WAN components: Meraki and Viptela. The new Cisco SD-WAN vAnalytics is a SaaS solution that uses Viptela technology, and Cisco also launched Meraki Insight to bring additional visibility.
“We have set an ambitious goal for ourselves of transforming the entire network, from campus to branch, data center to edge,” said Scott Harrell, senior vice president and general manager of Cisco’s enterprise networking. “The WAN is a vital part of the network and is one of the toughest to manage. As we bring insight into the WAN with these new innovations, we get closer to delivering end-to-end, intent-based networking to help our customers eliminate downtime and save money.”
VeloCloud introduced an outcome-based strategy intended to give let businesses automate based around specific goals.
— CiscoEnterprise (@CiscoEnterprise) March 8, 2018
Light Reading’s Kelsey Kusterer Ziser wrote an article weighing the differences between intent-based and outcome-based networking.
.@Adtran updated its Mosaic suite this week. dlvr.it/RBMhzs
August 16 2019 @ 22:30:02 UTC
AT&T helped found the Airship project last year. dlvr.it/RBJjCl
August 15 2019 @ 23:45:32 UTC