Data Center Masterclass Series

Join Juniper's Data Center Masterclass with Russ White, a widely published 30-year network engineering veteran, in an ongoing monthly learning session exploring the depths of the data center. Choose from live classes or revisit a past class on-demand

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Failure and Resilience in Scalable DC Fabrics, October 28
Intent Based Resilience, November 18

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Failure and Resilience in Scalable DC Fabrics | October 28 
In the aftermath of a major network outage, the natural reaction of most network engineers is to find some way to avoid all future outages—regardless of the cost. The first line of defense against is future outages is redundancy, whether in the form of additional parallel links, new routers, new firewalls, new … whatever, so long as there is more of it so packets have more paths to make it from source to destination. 

Intent Based Resilience | November 18 
Large-scale data center fabrics can present unique fragilities and failure modes. This webinar addresses some of those vulnerabilities and how an Intent-Based Networking System such as Apstra, through it's perspective of fulfilling the intent of the design, can proactively address – and prevent – many of these failure nodes.