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Juniper Networks joins the Packet Pushers on this sponsored podcast to talk about Juniper’s vision of the Self-Driving Network.
In theory, a self-driving network would, with guidance from operators, be able to discover its constituent parts, self-configure, monitor and update service delivery, and do other things.
The goal is to provide a highly automated network that’s more efficient, easier to operate, less expensive, and more secure.
Building and deploying such a network would, of course, require a long-term transition. Existing networks, tooling, telemetry, and training would need to be adapted over time.
To discuss how we can get there, and to dig into the technical requirements, we’re joined by Kireeti Kompella, CTO, Juniper Development & Innovation and SVP of Architecture; and Nathan Embery, Sr. Consulting Engineer, Automation & Programmability.
To learn more about Self-Driving Networks, check out Business Innovation Through Network Automation to get white papers, watch videos and webinars, and get other resources.
Business Innovation Through Network Automation – Juniper Networks
The Self-Driving Network – Juniper Networks
Juniper/open-nti (Open Network Telemetry Collector) – GitHub
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