Senior Technical Marketing Engineer
Sales Director, APAC
Enhance Your Apstra AOS with Multi-Tenant EVPN Support, IBA Probes, Enterprise Class Features and More – DEMO
Businesses running their data center networking business-critical infrastructure in a multi-vendor environment face a myriad of challenges around protocols. Disaggregating your data center network operations just got a whole lot easier. Network admins and operators continue to struggle with exorbitant costs, the complexities of managing your data center infrastructure and how to provide higher efficiency and better performance in a multi-vendor environment. New approaches beyond SDN – such as Intent-Based Networking, are becoming a viable option to address these challenges.
Asptra recently announced new features and capabilities in its AOS solution that will help you better manage the overall health of your network, accelerate time to delivery of applications and services and provide you with multi-tenant EVPN automation.
Apstra experts, Carly Stoughton, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer and Sean Hafeez, Director of Sales for Asia Pacific Region provide you an overview on the new and enhanced features and capabilities AOS offers, designed to make your data center networking initiatives easy. You’ll get an opportunity to see the latest release in action with a live demo.
Specifically, we’ll review:
- New Support for Multi-Tenant EVPN Automation – AOS abstracts the complexity and automates all aspects of EVPN configuration and operations, making EVPN more simple to deploy.
- Intent-Based Analytics® (IBA) Enhancements, Extensible Telemetry, and Blueprint Discovery – using the AOS GUI, set-up proactive closed-loop monitoring and actionable alerts for gray failures with 9-pre-defined IBA probes.
- Enterprise Class Features – TACACS+ support, customizable RBAC roles and audit trail.
- Increased Choice in Hardware and Software – including Dell EMC and Mellanox devices, OpenSwitch (OPX), the latest version of Cumulus (3.6), Ubuntu 16.04 for servers, including the Free-Range-Routing (FRR) routing stack.
- IPv6 Phase 1 - leverage IPv6 to conserve IPv4 space on fabric links.