Juniper Networks is on a mission to simplify the "enormous amount of complexity" in networks that has been caused by the "cloudification of the world," executive vice-president and chief technology officer Bikash Koley has told iTWire.
Automation is on the increase worldwide, with many organisations transforming their networks with intelligent automation, programmable optics and advanced analytics capabilities to be able to adapt and respond dynamically to changing market demands, according to a newly published report.
Network infrastructure provider Juniper Networks claims its release of new bots brings self-driving networks closer to reality, with the new applications simplifying network operations by translating intent into automated workflows.
Don't sweat it, all good
My apologies, I did not mean to give that impression.
still expensive and rubbish
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