Intent-based Networking Systems
- By 2020, more than 1,000 large enterprises will use intent-based networking systems in production, up from less than 15 today.
- Ideally, an intent-based system will be agnostic to vendors and network architectures.
- Several companies offer intent-based capability, ranging from a full system to key components of intent.
Read the full Gartner report and recommendations to learn how Intent-based networking systems can transform your data center network.
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This blog is about how to transform a 3-tier (core-distribution-access) network into a multi-vendor L3 CLOS using the Apstra Operating System (AOS). This can represent a big step forward for most enterprises with big benefits including complete lifecycle automation.
The majority of data center operators have been running a legacy 3-tier network architecture for years. It works and that’s what people know. They’re also aware that L3 CLOS network architectures offer far greater benefits and they need to get on board. The problem is ‘how’? Most engineers only know 3-tier, and they need to keep their network fully operational during any transition and beyond.