Apstra Blog

Topic: Multi Vendor Networks

Apstra, Dell EMC, Awnix Reduce TCO in Tier 1 Service Provider

Mansour Karam | Posted May 30, 2018

I am excited to share the first production Apstra AOS® deployment of OpenSwitch (OPX) in a US-based Tier 1 telecom service provider. This deployment delivers a highly automated network operations solution we’ve developed in collaboration with Dell EMC and Awnix. To deliver on...

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Apstra Demonstrates Open Networking — SONiC over Mellanox at OCP Summit

Mansour Karam | Posted Mar 20, 2018

Apstra® has been involved with the Open Compute Project (OCP) since we came out of stealth in 2016. We make infrastructure simple, empower network operators, and are customer-driven. We support the OCP mission to disaggregate networking hardware and software and create a...

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Yahoo Japan Deploys Apstra

Mansour Karam | Posted Mar 13, 2018

Solving customer problems is our top priority at Apstra®. We live and breathe our customers and customer success is a goal we’re extremely passionate about. Apstra has generated revenue globally since 2016, and while we have hundreds of nodes in production it is with excitement...

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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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SDN: What It Should Have Been

Douglas Gourlay | Posted Dec 01, 2016

For the last three months I have been having a pretty good time checking off bucket list items — I’ve learned to kiteboard in Cape Hatteras, biked the Normandy and Brittany coastlines while visiting WWII battlefield sites, rode Icelandic horses across a volcanic plain, and...

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Managing Multiple Network Technologies in the Data Center

Dave Butler | Posted Nov 28, 2016

Operating a data center network using switching products from multiple vendors is costly and often quite hard to do. Design, provisioning and operations of these products requires teams to be educated or certified in the technologies that each product requires. The cost of...

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Network Monitoring: Moving Beyond Box-by-Box and Packet-by-Packet

Dave Butler | Posted Nov 24, 2016

There is a big difference between monitoring a box versus monitoring a complex system.Boxes are relatively easy to instrument using simple telemetry; logs and streaming metrics. Telemetry is monitored and problems are detected, which engineers then fix.Applications and other...

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