Cloud Pak for Network Automation

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  • Site Planner and the Wired Portal (to automate the deployment of SD-WANs so that your branch offices can connect to your cloud environment) are optional components that are not installed by default when you install IBM Cloud Pak for Network Automation. ...

  • The following disaster recovery and high availability options are available: Install on a single cluster . You can back up the data from this primary cluster to an S3-compatible object store. To recover from a disaster that affects your IBM Cloud ...

  • MD - Managed Device is a unit of measure by which the Program can be licensed. A Device is a physical or virtual component that is managed by the Program. Sufficient entitlements must be obtained to cover all Devices managed by the Program. ...

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  • For the last 20 years that I’ve been working in the networking sector, I’ve seen lots of new concepts/trends such as Software Defined networks, virtualization of the network or IoT, but there is one that picked my interest more than the rest: network ...

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  • Welcome to IBM Cloud Pak for Network Automation 2.6.0 Controlling access to objects with OBAC IBM Cloud Pak for Network Automation now supports object-based access control (OBAC). This feature supplements the existing access control methods, ...

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  • The Cloud Pak for Network Automation (CP4NA) v 2.5 was released this month. In terms of technical features, you can now look forward to the following: 1. Lifecycle Management operations Specify the sequence for Reconfigure or Upgrade transitions ...

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