Apstra Blog

Topic: L3 Leaf Spine

Top Eight Ways to Optimize an Intent-Based Network Implementation

Raghavendra Rachamadugu | Posted Aug 27, 2018

Mellanox published a great blog entitled “How to Make Your Leaf/Spine Network Hum.” As I read this blog I realized that the recommendations were aligned incredibly well with features of an Intent-Based Network implementation. In short, an Intent-Based Network implementation...

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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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Design Flexibility

Derick Winkworth | Posted Nov 14, 2017

Apstra Operating System (AOS™) offers a great deal of flexibility when designing a network. When using Apstra’s flagship L3 Clos app, or leveraging AOS’s unparalleled extensibility features, network designers have a great deal of power at their fingertips. AOS allows network...

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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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Networking for Cloud-Native Apps

Dave Butler | Posted Nov 10, 2016

Cloud-native apps are prevalent in both public and private cloud data centers.  Cloud-native refers to apps composed of micro-services based on Linux containers.  In comparison to VM-based N-tier apps, micro-services based on Linux containers are easier to write, easier to...

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Apstra Defines the “Self-Operating Network™”

Mansour Karam | Posted Nov 03, 2016

There has been a lot of well justified press and discussion lately about the rapidly advancing concepts and delivery of self-driving cars. This week, somewhat prophetically, a delivery was made by the first self-driving truck — and it, of course, was a beer delivery. The...

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