Networking company Apstra has announced the release of Apstra AOS 3.3. The latest version introduces Intent-Based Network (IBN) capabilities to Juniper Networks, along with other operational and open-networking enhancements. According to Apstra, this version will significantly increase the speed and reliability of networks in data centers.
“The monitoring and managing of Data Center operations continue to grow progressively more complex and increasingly mission-critical as enterprises accelerate their digital transformation,” said Mansour Karam, founder and president of Apstra. “IBN is the solution that many network architects and operators are counting on to help their organizations keep up. As the rise of IBN comes into focus, extending our unique and advanced IBN capabilities to Juniper Networks, paired with the operational enhancements, allows us to deliver our industry-leading solution across a wider variety of hardware choices.”
NinjaRMM announces Ninja Data Protection
Ninja Data Protection is a cloud-based file and folder backup solution that is fully integrated into the NinjaRMM platform. Turning on Ninja Data Protection is as simple as flipping a switch and doesn’t require additional software to manage.
“This is an important moment in NinjaRMM’s journey. With the launch of Ninja Data Protection, we are reaffirming our belief that a product-first mentality and relentless pursuit towards innovation is the cornerstone of the company’s growth. We believe we are bringing one of the most reliable and easy-to-use file and folder backup solutions to the market, and we’re eager to extend its capabilities with image backup quickly on the way,” Sal Sferlazza, CEO of NinjaRMM wrote in a post.
D2iQ extends free access to DxOdyssey
DxOdyssey is a solution that allows users to securely access approved computers from a different location.
The company had first announced it was making DxOdyssey free to help companies who shifted to remote work due to the coronavirus. It was originally intended to stay free through August 31, but D2iQ has decided to extend it through December 31.