Extending data center innovation to campus networks

CalendarTuesday, October 29 Time10:00 AM

Campus switches play a critical role in modern network environments by providing end-to-end connectivity within the organization. In order to meet the demands of the business, campus networks today are required more and more to be efficient, automated and simpler than ever. This often means that investments in campus networks are expensive and long-term, exacerbating the impact of suboptimal decision during the infrastructure refresh cycles.

So how are modern campus networkers tackling this challenge today? Increasingly, data center customers are looking to extend the benefits of open, modern and disaggregated networking to their campus networks. Join our live webinar on Tuesday, October 29th at 10 am Pacific as Scott Ciccone, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, and Mike Courtney, Senior Systems Engineer, discuss how Cumulus Linux and NetQ bring unparalleled benefits to Modern Campus by enabling campus operators to:

  • Leverage the benefits of open, modern and disaggregated networking
  • Extend data center innovation to campus networks
  • Take a DevOps approach with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) to streamline operations through automation and orchestration
  • Utilize a uniform operating model across data center and campus
  • Simplify campus architecture and minimize complexity
  • Eliminate costly support renewals from legacy vendors

Unable to join us on the 29th? Register anyway and we will send you the recording to watch on demand! Just fill out the form on the right to save your spot.


Telemetry: Building intelligent cloud infrastructure

Integrated networking telemetry, monitoring and analytics are spawning a new era of networking innovation.

The explosion of cloud services and products is putting new demands on networks and infrastructure to scale and support high-availability applications. To improve application performance in the cloud, networks need to be optimized to adapt to changing application demands and cloud networking configurations. This means in order to build automation and fault-tolerant technologies, large amounts of data – both real-time and passive – are needed to fuel the analytics software that can facilitate network automation.

Telemetry monitoring is allowing more sophisticated analytics and automation models to be built, as well as driving that network automation by gathering diverse and multi-sourced data. Is your data center ready for the new era of cloud networking?

Download this white paper to find out more about

  • How telemetry is paving the way towards the new era of open networking
  • The differences between various kinds of telemetry monitoring
  • Why network visibility is the foundation of network intelligence
  • How Cumulus Networks is facilitating network visibility through open ecosystems and enabling data telemetry