Reduce Costs

Remove complexity. Do more with less. Augment existing talent.

Customers claim up to 83% in operational savings with Apstra and lower CapEx by 60%.

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Improve Reliability

Detect and prevent network failures and outages in real-time.

Eliminate 85% of all outages and improve MTTR. Troubleshoot 70% faster.

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Improve Agility

Reduce time to deploy, outage and response times.

Improve infrastructure agility up to 99%, and reduce time to delivery by 90%.

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Apstra Intent-Based Networking for Data Center Networks

Apstra automates the design, build, deployment and operation of data center networks to dramatically reduce the cost of operations, prevent outages, accelerate deployment and augment existing talent.

Bring Automation and Control to Your Data Center Network

When Day 0 design is aligned with Day 2 operations, teams understand how the network should function and how to fix problems when they happen.

Intent-Based Networking means that the network you design mirrors the network you deploy in every detail (even the cabling).

Apstra provides:

  • Automated management of data center leaf-spine network services
  • Real-time closed-loop validation using advanced processing data analytics
  • Seamless cloud-scale network deployments at web-scale levels

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See How Savings Add Up

Reduce time to delivery by 90%, eliminate 85% of all outages, lower OpEx by up to 83% and lower CapEx by up to 60%. Apstra Intent-Based Networking for the data center has demonstrated 83% improvements in operational efficiency, 70% improvements in mean time to resolution and 99% improvements in infrastructure agility. Apstra reduces deployment time and outages while improving response times and enhancing overall auditing and assurance.

Helping Enterprise Customers Build Modern Data Centers

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Apstra’s system gives us a single view into the entire media production network — regardless of our devices, switches, operating systems or vendors.

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