This 7-minute snippet from the 260th Packet Pushers Network Break podcast features Pica8’s Threshold architecture and AmpCon automation framework. It provides a quick overview of the features and puts it into perspective with other available options like Cisco’s DNA Centre. Enjoy listening and make sure to visit www.packetpushers.net for more networking insights.
Packet Pushers’ 260th Network Break takes a look at Pica8’s recently launched campus architecture Threshold™, including the automation framework AmpConTM to manage deployment, configuration, security and operational tasks within disaggregated enterprise network environments. Drew Conry-Murray and Greg Ferro from Packet Pushers and their guest, Brad Casemore, Research Vice President, Datacenter Networks at IDC, are evaluating the capabilities of the open networking management platform in regards to usability, automation and pricing.
You can listen to the part on Pica8’s Threshold™ here:
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