Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Cisco adds analytics services to its intent-based networking efforts.

The company launched three new services that use models to proactively address issues in the network and data center.

Cisco added analytics tools for its networking portfolio including algorithms monitoring data center health, campus and branch Internet of things intelligence and software that monitors relationships between applications.

The additions, outlined at Cisco Live EMEA, build out Cisco's Intent-based Networking Portfolio. The idea is to create a network that can adapt and evolve on various fronts.

David Goeckeler, general manager of Cisco's networking and security business, said the additions highlight how the company is adding intelligence and agility throughout its portfolio.

"Many have been using those terms AI and machine learning, but not using assurance. It's about how to take business policy and translate it to what you need the network to do. How do you verify the network is doing what you want it to do?"

By Larry Dignan.

Full story at ZDNET.

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