How Juniper Apstra Drives 320% ROI

Customer interviews and subsequent financial analysis find that a typical organization experiences benefits of $952,000 over three years, an ROI of 320% and <6 months Payback with Juniper Apstra.  Additional unquantified benefits include flexibility as a result of multi-vendor management, faster time-to-market in standing up new data centers or scaling existing ones, configuration consistency and standardization across all data centers, and easy operating system (OS) management and upgrading. Get a copy of the full study to dig into the key findings, benefits, and more.

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“Some of the biggest benefits are the amount of time and cost savings associated with day zero and day one tasks, how much faster that can happen while doing it with less resources. The other benefit is the ongoing sustainability of the network because people are making changes on the controller and the controller is the one pushing the configuration. It has allowed us to have a much more standard configuration across the board.”

— Data center systems architect, energy

“We’re able to have automated workflows without having the very specialized resources required for network automation. Our engineers can work in this platform and automate a lot of stuff instead of having to learn how to do a Python script, which is a more difficult skill to find in the networking community. It’s helping us get more of what we want with the resources we have as opposed to having to go recruit, especially with limited resources.”

— Global head of security engineering at a risk, insurance, and consulting company