Pica8 makes it first steps into network automation in a unique fashion with apps for its PicOS NOS. PicaFabric build a virtual switch chassis from an leaf/spine switch clister. The PicaPilot app builds vitual switch stack for fat tree L2 everywhere campus networks. All this is done with open hardware that you can mix & […] The post BiB 42 – Pica8 Releases PicaPilot and PicaFabric appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Anuta Networks will launch a SaaS version of its infrastructure orchestration software on June 1st. The post BiB 40: Anuta To Launch SaaS Version Of Its ATOM Orchestration Software appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Jeff Gray, CEO at Gluware, chatted to the Packet Pushers about how they can automate any network, including the one you've already got. The post BiB 038: Gluware Automates The Brownfield appeared first on Packet Pushers.
CEO Neal Roche at Apposite Technologies briefed Ethan Banks about WAN emulation and their new Netropy 100G appliance. Find out more about Apposite at https://apposite-tech.com. The post BiB 037: Emulate Big WAN Links with Apposite’s Netropy 100G appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Anuta Networks launches its ATOM platform for multi-vendor network infrastructure automation and orchestration. The post BiB 036: Anuta Launches ATOM For Network Infrastructure Orchestration appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Ethan Banks had a briefing with ReSTNSX, and they demoed their VMware NSX-enhancing platform to him. Have a listen for Ethan's impressions of the demo. The post BiB 035: ReSTNSX Makes NSX Easier To Operate appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Netscout talked to Ethan Banks about how they are unifying visibility fabrics inside of an IT team with features like security tool chains. The post BiB 32: Netscout Adds Security Chaining To nGenius PFS5000 appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Mellanox, Ixia, and Cumulus Networks shared the presentation stage at Networking Field Day 17 to talk EVPN VXLAN, whitebox switching, open source, and data center design and performance validation. The post BiB 30: Mellanox, Ixia & Cumulus At NFD17 – VXLAN & Whitebox appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Cisco Systems presented at Networking Field Day 17. Three broad themes emerged from the presentations: intent, automation, and telemetry. The post BiB 029: Cisco At NFD17 – Automation, Telemetry & Intent appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Juniper Networks presented for a second day at Network Field Day 17, this time focusing on Appformix for analytics & automation; and PeerBot, a BGP configuration application. The post BiB 027: Juniper Networks At NFD17 – A Platform Emerges appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Extreme Networks demonstrates network automation via Workflow Composer and StackStorm at Network Field Day 17. The post BiB 26: Extreme Networks At NFD17 – Composing Workflows For Mean Time To Payrise appeared first on Packet Pushers.
ThousandEyes presented at Network Field Day 17 on Internet visibility, monitoring customer experience, and improving mean time to innocence for the network. The post BiB 25: ThousandEyes At NFD17 – Expanding Into User Experience appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Juniper brings OpenContrail into the Linux Foundation & expands the commercial Contrail for security and multi-cloud. Recorded live at Network Field Day 17. The post BiB 24: Juniper OpenContrail At NFD17 – One Fabric To Bind Them appeared first on Packet Pushers.
NetYCE gives Ethan Banks an overview of their platform and shares some of the latest capabilities they ve baked in. The post BiB 023: netYCE Is Orchestrated Control Of Your Network appeared first on Packet Pushers.
CloudPassage talked with the Packet Pushers about Container Secure, a product announcement they made at AWS re:Invent earlier this year. Ethan Banks shares his impressions. The post BiB 022: CloudPassage Adds Container Security To Halo Platform appeared first on Packet Pushers.
LightStep cofounder Ben Sigelman briefed Ethan Banks on their SaaS performance monitoring product with microsecond resolution for cloud native apps. The post BiB 021: LightStep Performance Monitoring For Cloud Native Applications appeared first on Packet Pushers.