Apstra Blog

Topic: Vxlan

Apstra Makes EVPN Easy — IBA, OPX and More

Jonathan Garzon | Posted Jun 05, 2018

I am delighted to introduce Apstra Operating System (AOS) 2.2, the latest release of our Intent-Based Networking software, which provides turnkey data center network operations.

AOS 2.2 delivers on a key set of features that our customers have requested, following through on...

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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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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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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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AOS™ 2.0: Underlay - Overlay Integration for the Data Center

Mansour Karam | Posted Oct 03, 2017

The introduction of overlays in the early days of SDN enabled organizations to bridge the gap between the dynamic nature of their business policies and the static nature of their network. At the same time, overlays introduced significant challenges, which limited their...

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Graph-Based Live Queries in AOS™

Maksim Kulkin | Posted Oct 02, 2017

In our product - AOS™ - we create and manage a model that represents a single source of truth regarding infrastructure, policies, constraints etc. This model is subject to constant change and we need to query it for various reasons, and we represent it as a graph. With the...

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