In case you missed the news earlier this month, Cisco Systems has released new features for its 500,000 developers, 60,000 business partners, and three million network engineers working with intent-based networks.
Intent-based networks are basically a form of a smart network, charting and projecting a business’ networking needs, then automatically applying systems across the entire network to keep the entire operation running smoothly — without forcing a network engineer to get their hands dirty manually carrying out each step.
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Source: The Next Web
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