Explore Model-Driven Telemetry
See how Model-driven Telemetry provides near real-time access to your network's operational statistics.
Enterprise Streaming Telemetry and You: Getting Started with Model Driven Telemetry
Model-Driven Telemetry addresses shortfalls of legacy monitoring capabilities. No need to poll the device...once the configuration is in place the device publishes out the telemetry data.
5G IP Transport – A Strategic Opportunity for Service Providers
Discover which key attributes your IP transport network should support to deliver 5G services.
Cisco ASR 9000 Reloaded For Mass Scale Networking
Discover what the Cisco ASR 9000 - Generation 4 - can do for you.
ASR 9901 – More choice and flexibility in your hands
Discover the ASR 9901 - a compact, dense, flexible, feature rich and automation-ready platform.
It’s time to move away from SNMP and CLI and use Model-Driven Telemetry
Traditional features such as SNMP, CLI, and Syslog, used for collecting operational statistics from a network, have several restrictions due to the growth of the objects like IoT devices and cloud based applications. SNMP uses the pull model when retrieving data from a switch. This model cannot scale for today’s high-density platforms, and offers very […]
Introducing Pipeline: A Model-Driven Telemetry Collection Service
Model-driven telemetry means lots of network data, fast. Next up: Pipeline, a collection service that provides the foundational layer in a scalable, modular analytics architecture. Now available in github!
MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congress 2017: Where The Rubber Meets The Road
Industry experts, operators and vendors present real use cases and technology demos to demonstrate what works, and what does not, for real deployments in live networks.
Boring is the New Awesome
The core principle of model-driven telemetry is super simple: as much usable data out of the network as fast as possible. The implementation is also pretty subtle: a push mechanism, data models, open-source encodings. In fact, it’s all so simple and subtle that some folks look under the hood and say, “so what?” To that, […]