Join us for the next Cisco Knowledge Network (CKN) TechAdvantage webinar for a closer look into the autonomic networking infrastructure (ANI) and how it simplifies service provider access deployments.
Service providers must continue to invest in networks that can deliver real-time multimedia and business-class data applications and services. But a key concern is the significant operating expense incurred in provisioning the access infrastructure of the network itself. Autonomic networking is a fundamentally new way to set up a network. It is designed to reduce operational complexity by enabling the network to be largely self-managing. To simplify deployment and operations, the autonomic networking infrastructure ANI provides a generic set of services.
Service providers can use ANI to provision their access network in a highly secure fashion, without the need to configure devices or connect DHCP/DNS servers during bring-up. ANI also provides the ability to gain remote connectivity in a matter of minutes, independent of the topology.Join us for an in-depth look into the current implementation of ANI, with a focus on how autonomic networking ties together zero-touch provisioning, security, and a distribution infrastructure to make life easier for service providers.
- ANI 101: Understanding the Cisco Autonomic Networking Infrastructure
- Relevance in the service provider domain
- Looking ahead