AIOps Battle Royale: Juniper Mist vs. Cisco DNA

Date: October 20, 2021
Time: 11.30 am SGT

In today’s world of soaring devices and compressed IT budgets, AIOps can be a powerful tool to help simplify, automate, and evolve network operations for wired and wireless access. But is it possible to identify real AIOps solutions – what’s beneficial and what’s just marketing fluff?

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We get it. Every vendor under the sun is claiming “Artificial Intelligence” this and “Machine Learning” that. As the pioneers of the AI-Driven Enterprise, we’re here to help cut through the hype.

Join us as we take a detailed look under the hood of both the Juniper and Cisco DNA Center solutions to show why it takes an AI-driven, modern cloud architecture that only Mist AI can provide to:

  • Release reliable updates, fixes, and new features weekly - instead of months/years
  • Deploy sites in minutes – Seriously!
  • Easily support the growing number of wired & wireless users and IoT devices on your network
  • Eliminate the pain of controller upgrades
  • Help you migrate from a limited and proprietary SD-Access architecture to a campus EVPN architecture