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Apstra defines Intent-Based Networking Taxonomy and maturity model to help CTOs navigate SDN, cloud, and IoT

August 01, 2018 / ANASIA D'MELLO

Apstra Inc., the provider of Intent-Based Networking (IBN), defined an objective Intent-Based Taxonomy model to help network operators cut through the marketing hype around IBN as they look to simplify the operations of their data centre network. “We are introducing a model intended to help CTOs and network operators evaluate and differentiate the maturity of IBN solutions with an objective set of criteria, beginning with Level 0 (low maturity/incomplete) offerings going up to Level 3 (mature/complete) offerings which enable companies to leverage full benefits of an IBN approach,” said Sasha Ratkovic, CTO and founder of Apstra.