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Author: Jeremy Schulman

Jeremy Schulman is the Developer Advocate at Apstra. He has 20 years experience in the networking industry, blending a background of technical sales, business development, and software engineering.
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Intent-Based Analytics: How can I use them Now?

Jeremy Schulman | Posted Feb 12, 2018

AOS 2.1 is now available, and you can take advantage of our new technology that gives you service aware active insight across your data center infrastructure.  At Apstra we call this new technology Intent-Based Analytics.   Last October, Sasha Ratkovic, our CTO, introduced...

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AOS Bridging Two Worlds

Jeremy Schulman | Posted Oct 24, 2017

Apstra recently launched AOS™ 2.0 and introduced the Developer persona at Networking Field Day 16.  Why did we decide to focus on the Developer persona at a network engineering event?  Because if you are a network engineer considering a future in network automation, or you...

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Apstra at NFD16

Jeremy Schulman | Posted Sep 06, 2017

 A year ago Derick Winkworth (@CloudToad) and I introduced Apstra and AOS version 1.0 at Network Field Day 13. Without a doubt it was an AOSome event! If you missed the show you can catch our videos here. Derick and I focused on the AOS data center application, and with it...

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Aeon-ZTPS: Bootstrap a Multi-Vendor Network

Jeremy Schulman | Posted Mar 07, 2017

Whether you have a data center, campus, or remote branch deployment, bootstrapping new equipment is not fun.  The job is very time consuming and highly error prone when done manually. People want a "human free" solution  commonly called zero-touch-provisioning.  The basic...

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The Journey to Awesome

Jeremy Schulman | Posted Sep 28, 2016
Back in 2013 Derick and I happened to be at the right place at the right time. We got a glimpse of the Awesome that transformed server sysadmins into what we now know as DevOps. I wrote a blog about the experience, and this quote still rings true:
"This post is going to talk...
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