Network Operations with Big Cloud Fabric’s Single Pane of Glass - Session 2: Intent-driven Day-zero Deployment
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Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 10:00am
Network operators are tasked with maintaining the availability and performance of network infrastructure, ensuring applications and services can be rapidly rolled out and scaled on demand. Big Cloud Fabric (BCF) is a next-generation switching fabric with a ‘single pane of glass’ GUI designed to simplify and accelerate everyday management tasks.
Session 2 in our 4 Part series will discuss Intent-driven day-zero deployment capabilities in Big Cloud Fabric’s GUI. Day-zero network configuration and deployment can be manual, time-consuming, and error-prone. Zero-touch discovery and configuration through an intent-based interface can dramatically decrease the time and complexity of deploying a fabric of switches.
This series features special guest, Cedric Hobbs, the designer and developer behind Big Cloud Fabric’s much lauded graphical UI. In this session, he will demo intent-driven operations for day-zero switch deployment, including physical and logical switch topology views and error alerting.