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Networking gear focus of cloud infrastructure, data center buildouts

According to IDC, networking infrastructure posted the best growth in cloud spending. Cisco and Huawei gain share…

Companies ramped their networking spending in 2016 as they built out their data centers, public and private cloud infrastructure, according to IDC data. The takeaway is that network bottlenecks continue to be a big issue for cloud deployments…

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Bringing network neutrality and data center services to the edge

As the cloud platform has matured, the perception has emerged that data centers are much more valuable if they are network neutral.

If a customer has the ability to connect to all the clouds and all the networks, they are much more likely to sign on. On the other hand, if a single network provider owns a data center, potential clients are less likely to use it, because they want to open access to networks and clouds…

 

Ansible Automation Integrates with Apstra Intent-Based Networking

Using the integration we’ve done with Ansible, you can drive AOS APIs through your Ansible playbooks, thus integrating AOS as part of your over-arching DevOps methodology — spanning beyond the network and into other components into your infrastructure. And, by using AOS as the source of inventory, network inventory management and troubleshooting tasks become easier — because your service intent, network resources, configurations, device inventory, and telemetry are centrally stored and correlated algorithmically in one place.

The results: Manage your networks at the “network system” level, integrating network level workflows in AOS into your Ansible playbooks…

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Ansible is a simple, powerful, and agentless open source IT automation framework. The Apstra Operating System (AOS) enables companies to build a vendor-agnostic, intent-based and closed-loop Self-Operating Network™.

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Network Design Engineer – Job Opening

Description: The Advanced Solutions Group of Leidos has an opening for a Network Design Engineer in Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
As the Network Design Engineer, you will provide support government-led efforts in systems design, troubleshooting, developing lists of materials, and general networking support required for the delivery of shelters that are used to process data collected from the battlefield to provide intelligence and situational awareness…

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