Sorting the hype from the truth with intent-based networking systems

Everyone is talking about intent-based networking these days, but because there is no great agreement on what it is, many people are trying to twist that around. The latest entrant to this is Cisco, who is trying to co-opt the trend. Where do we go from here?

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Software-Defined Network Orchestration Arrives

Software-defined networking (SDN) is taking off, but the flexibility it brings only proves the point that if a business does not have flexible orchestration, the acceleration from SDN is hindered. Glue Networks delivers software-defined orchestration (SDO) to help ensure agility for today’s networks.

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Apstra’s AOS: Distributed Network OS

After years of CLI-driven networking, businesses are being held back by their networking as it focuses on the technical aspects and not the business aspects. Apstra is a pioneer, one of the first to form the idea of intent-based networking that approaches the issue of configuration and validation from the business perspective.

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Bringing Dev Ops to WAN Orchestration

The movement to dev ops was primarily focused on application development but Glue Networks brings the concepts of dev ops to WAN (and network orchestration) through their latest Glueware release.

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Are Software Defined WANs Ready For The Enterprise?

The easiest software-defined networking (SDN) use case to establish is for a software-defined WAN (SD-WAN), but orchestrating such a task is complex and time consuming with the market leader Cisco’s Intelligent WAN. But Glue Networks delivers a flexible and programmable automation layer to simplify the task.

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