Mist Systems, a division of Juniper Networks, is upgrading its AI engine and microservices cloud to streamline IT operations with the aim of delivering the first “AI-Driven Self-Driving Network” for the enterprise.
Mist Systems announced the first AI-Driven Self-Driving Network for the enterprise. With the addition of these enhancements to Mist’s platform, Juniper continues to transform fastly enterprise networks with automation and insights. It means to simplify troubleshooting across wired/wireless domains and delivers optimized experiences to network users with AI engine’s upgrade.
Mist Wired Assurance Service
This upgrade includes Wired Assurance Service and Marvis Actions. Automated operations and service levels to Juniper enterprise access switching customers via the Mist cloud are coming by Wired Assurance Service. Marvis Actions is a framework for self-driving networks, converts AI-driven insight into actionable tasks for proactive and streamlined IT operations.
With this expansion, Wired Assurance has a new cloud subscription service. It brings robust data from Junos switch telemetry into the Mist microservices cloud and AI engine for simpler operations, shorter mean time to repair and better visibility into end-user experiences. In addition to this, it comes with new capabilities such as customizable service level expectations, anomaly detection, Marvis AI-driven virtual network assistant, self-driving remediation for IT professionals. Sudheer Matta, Vice President of Product Management, Mist said:
Marvis Actions takes insight gleaned from our AI engine, such as the root cause of a problem, and turns it into actionable insight for IT managers. It is the first and – in some instances only – place our customers have to look to monitor and manage the health of their Mist network. This simplicity, intelligence and ease consistently makes Mist the platform of choice for top companies across the globe and sets us apart from the competition on the journey to AI-driven self-driving networks.
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