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danielcawrey
danielcawrey
6/28/2017 | 4:41:06 PM
Success
I think everyone in tech wants to see Cisco succeed with this. The idea of using these new networking technologys (namely software) to simplify things for customers is something a lot of organizations will pay for. 
Craig Matsumoto
Craig Matsumoto
6/28/2017 | 9:00:19 PM
Re: Success
Not so sure everyone wants to see Cisco succeed here.

All the people who wanted intent-based networking to be a non-proprietary, industrywide effort ... they're probably not too happy to see Cisco claim the mantle of "intent" as a propriatary and not-really-open technology.
Craig Matsumoto
Craig Matsumoto
6/29/2017 | 1:43:31 PM
User POV
Interesting point from a user, and one that I hadn't considered.

Their problem with Cisco is the amount of cruddy code that gets into production -- something the "network intuitive" can't really help with.

https://wirednot.wordpress.com/2017/06/27/clus-2017-the-elephant-in-my-room
JohnMason
JohnMason
6/30/2017 | 2:44:08 AM
futureproofing
Futureproofing could really catch on. It sounds like fireproofing, but with sci-fi overtones.


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