March 23, 2019

A Practical Approach to IBN and Improved IT Automation

As the ability to reason about network behavior goes mainstream, choose use cases wisely and avoid product hype to ensure project success.

Intent-based networking (IBN) is one of the most interesting and significant trends in networking in recent years. But, like many disruptive technologies, it’s still suffering through an initial adoption phase of being poorly-defined, over-hyped, and co-opted by too many disparate networking vendors. The challenge for savvy IT leaders is to focus on realistic capabilities that are now starting to accelerate IT processes and provide greater insights into network behavior... [READ MORE on NETWORK COMPUTING]

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