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Author: Josh Saul

Josh Saul has 18 years experience working in disciplines such as cloud computing, data center design, network design, network engineering, low latency HFT, operations management and financial analysis, across multiple Fortune 500 verticals including finance, healthcare and media. As a Solutions Architect at Apstra he helps leading-edge technology companies implement intent-based networking systems. Josh has multiple networking credentials, including Cisco CCIE #9905, CISSP #55892 and VMware VCP.
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Prevent Network Outages and Gray Failures with Intent-Based Analytics

Josh Saul | Posted Feb 09, 2018

We recently released version 2.1 of our AOS network application, and it includes a new set of features called Intent-Based Analytics. IBA is included in AOS and can be used by all customers immediately. These analytic capabilities have been part of AOS since the first release,...

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Rapidly Build and Operate Physical and Overlay Networks

Josh Saul | Posted Dec 14, 2017

Apstra has an upcoming webinar that helps answer a lot of questions around how we are able to dramatically decrease time to market for new data center deployments. As part of the webinar, I will be providing a scenario and showing how AOS™ 2.0 automates the design and...

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Apstra AOS 2.0 for Custom Telemetry Applications

Josh Saul | Posted Dec 08, 2017

At ONUG Fall 2017, Apstra was invited to present an AOS™ Proof of Concept.  With just 10 minutes to present, we were invited to show off the major new developments in our 2.0 release that enable custom telemetry functions and visualizations.  I could talk about this stuff for...

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Apstra AOS 2.0 Intent-Based Networking is GA

Josh Saul | Posted Oct 16, 2017

Apstra AOS™ 2.0, the latest version of our groundbreaking product for managing networks based on intent is generally available today.  I’d like to provide some further information on what is included in this release.

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Roll Out Your New Data Center Green Patch

Josh Saul | Posted Aug 15, 2017

The Eastern tip of Long Island is home to one of the United States' largest wine producing regions. For anyone who has explored the wine trail and the abundance of wonderful vineyards, you may have also noticed something equally wondrous to see. Once you pass the town of...

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