The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has deployed Juniper Networks networking solutions to increase the capacity of its data centres and technical network to adapt to increasing research requirements.
Every enterprise IT organisation and network provider has some kind of automation ambition—and has for years — yet the vast majority of network and security operations continue to be largely manual in spite of decades of progress in automation technology such as APIs and tools, software-defined everything and DevOps engineering transformations that flank NetOps teams, according to Juniper Networks.
Juniper Networks has partnered with French managed services provider PYXYA to provide its Contrail SD-WAN solution to meet what it says is growing enterprise demand for secure branch connectivity.
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