5-Steps to Automated NetOps

In Juniper Network’s anthology of 5-step frameworks, we take a different turn. Instead of focusing on a network domain vertical like the 5-steps for data center, campus, WAN and branch,

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Why does the Enterprise Data Center need EVPN and VXLAN?

IT sits at the core of an enterprise’s digital transformation and bears the burden to provide an on-demand infrastructure that delivers high uptime and agility. The data center becomes the

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Why Enterprises Should Care About Multicloud Security

The days when perimeter security was sufficient are long past. That’s not to say that perimeter security is unimportant, but as east-west traffic has dominated north-south traffic, practices like microsegmentation

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Evolve Your Campus with EVPN-VXLAN

Enterprise networks around the world are adopting cloud and cloud-based applications to improve their competitiveness, lower IT costs, and provide users with anytime, anywhere access to resources and data. This

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Welcome QFX5120-48Y!

I’m excited to introduce our newest addition, the QFX5120-48Y, to Juniper’s QFX5100 Series data center switches. The QFX5100 switches are 10G/40G high density, low latency access/aggregation switches based on Trident

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Announcing EX4650 for the Evolved Enterprise

Ten years ago Juniper Networks transformed the campus access network by introducing Virtual Chassis to replace large chassis access switches. A silent revolution reverberated through almost every wiring closet soon

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Introducing the Branch 5-Step

All paths lead to the Secure and Automated Multicloud. And this applies to the WAN edge. Drivers such as cost reduction, the need for simplified operations, or the desire to

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Your Campus Journey – Introducing the Campus 5-Step

Your campus network is key to successfully achieving a secure and automated multicloud. It’s the on-ramp to multicloud resources. Uptime and reliability impacts your users’ experience and productivity. A Journey

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CBT Nuggets – Winning With Agility Using AWS: Automate Global Deployment With A Single Click

Operational complexity can have a significant negative impact on a business’s ability to grow and keep up with the pace of modernization. One of the major contributors to complexity is

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Network Reliability Engineering: What’s In a Name?

I think it’s safe to say that my post last week on Network Reliability Engineering made a bit of a splash. This is just the beginning of a long story,

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