Itential Expands Multi-Domain Automation Capabilities with Latest Integrations

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A new press release reports, “Itential®, the leader in intelligent network automation, today announced at Cisco Live 2019 that it has expanded its multi-domain automation capabilities with new integrations across Cisco powered SD-WAN, Cloud, and Data Center Networks. Itential’s purpose-built adapters for Cisco systems such as Meraki, DNA Center, Viptela, ACI and expanded NSO integration, as well as deep support for 3rd party management tools, provides enterprises and service providers a single network API that simplifies integration and enables end-to-end automation across complex, multi-domain and multi-vendor network environments.”

The release goes on, “Itential’s Network Automation Platform easily integrates with any Cisco technology and aggregates their capabilities into a single user interface, allowing teams to automate use cases that span operations, configuration management, service orchestration and policy management. Itential’s latest adapters for Cisco powered networks include enhanced automation capabilities for: (1) SD-WAN – SD-WAN technology is not standardized with a large diversity in management requirements. Itential orchestrates and automates the complex deployment of SD-WAN, while supporting existing network infrastructure that is already in place, using a single automation platform. (2) Cloud – More network services are migrating toward cloud infrastructure. Itential supports automation across public, private and hybrid-multi cloud networking environments.  (3) Data Center – The automation of initial and ongoing provisioning, network compliance monitoring and remediation are key components of today’s data centers. Itential automates device and service lifecycle including network applications such as load balancers, DNS and firewalls.”

Read more at PRweb.

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