One of the major themes from last week’s RSA Security conference was the rise of converged network and security platforms as organizations look to consolidate the number of vendors they have and leverage the ubiquity of the network.
Arista Networks Inc. today announced a new network access control or NAC service on the opening day of this week’s RSA Conference in San Francisco.
The vendor is best known as a high-performance network vendor but moved into the security industry when it acquired Awake Security, which brought network detection and response or NDR.
High-performance network provider Arista Networks Inc. today announced new offerings that take it into the wide-area networking market.
The new offering, calledWAN Routing Systems, is actually a combination of several new networking offerings: an enterprise-class routing platform, carrier- and cloud-neutral internet transit capabilities and a new CloudVision service called Pathfinder to simplify and optimize enterprise WANs. As is the case with all Arista solutions, the WAN Routing System is based on Arista’s EOS operating system and CloudVision management portal.
Hot off a “beat and raise” quarter last week, Arista Networks Inc. Nov. 3 announced its continuous integration or CI pipeline for improved network as a service automation.
The new service is built on Arista’s recently announced EOS Network Data Lake. NetDL brings together its Network DataBase information and combines it with other data sources such as internet, application and user data.
When you think of Arista Networks, mid-market is not what comes to mind. Yet the provider of software-driven cloud networking solutions for enterprise environments has recently moved into the mid-market to address some of the challenges smaller companies face today.