Juniper CN2 Demos

Learn how to simplify multi-cluster scale with better networking and security in and between Kubernetes.

Apstra Demos

Simplify advanced Kubernetes networking when basic CNI isn’t enough.

Modernized to be Kubernetes native, CN2 delivers cloud-native, software defined networking (SDN) to automate VNF and CNF cloud networking under a single point of operations to achieve greater agility, flexibility, and improved economics.

CN2 Web GUI

The CN2 web GUI provides a customizable, easy to navigate graphical user interface to support Kubernetes and SDN cluster management from a single point of operations. The CN2 web GUI delivers real time visualization, monitoring, and management of namespaces, clusters, pods, workloads, and nodes with detailed CN2 reporting for vRouter and Controller pods and containers. The CN2 web GUI uses a powerful framework to make health monitoring, problem isolation and problem resolution easy and intuitive.

Easy and convenient access to advanced CN2 networking

Learning CN2 has never been easier.  Run CN2 on Minikube from your local Linux, MAC, or Windows computer to give IT developers, DevOps engineers, and others interested in building advanced networking skills easy and convenient access to learn and experiment with CN2.

Simplify VNR routing policy using labels

In a previous video, routing policy with shared route targets was used to enable routing between two virtual networks. In this video, an alternative mechanism, using a VNR with labels, is demonstrated, making it easy for VNRs to establish network reachability for dynamic and fluid cloud workloads and clients.

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Open-Source analytics with Prometheus

CN2 provides enhanced observability with plug-and-play usability for some of the most popular open-source projects for ease of use, platform flexibility, and low cost. In this video, we demonstrate a few simple steps to add Prometheus event monitoring and alerting to your CN2 deployment.

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Simplify VNR routing policy using labels

In a previous video, routing policy with shared route targets was used to enable routing between two virtual networks. In this video, an alternative mechanism, using a VNR with labels, is demonstrated, making it easy for VNRs to establish network reachability for dynamic and fluid cloud workloads and clients.

Watch the video demo