Intent-based networking systems (IBNS) have the ability to improve a company’s network availability and agility, and are a new way of building and operating networks by providing life cycle management for network infrastructure.
Expected to usher in a new era of smart, adaptable networking systems, IBNS uses machine learning and advanced automation to adapt the network according to changing conditions. On this topic, Scott Harrell, senior vice president of product management at Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Group, reveals that the recent launch of its Digital Network Architecture “is about the ability to make the network simpler for power users allowing them to deliver sophisticated and dynamic network operations”.
Read the full article titled “The Next Leap in Networking Infrastructure” to find out how IBNS has the potential to transform traditional infrastructure as we know it today.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “The Next Leap in Networking Infrastructure” published in The Business Times on 11 October, 2017.