Cisco talks data center security compliance with Cisco NAE


Cisco has released a new video which focuses on data center network security policies and compliance against business rules with its own Cisco Network Assurance Engine.

According to Cisco, the Cisco Network Assurance Engine (NAE), allows network operations teams to meet the agility, uptime, and security policy compliance requirements of modern data center networks, as well as predict the impact of changes, verify network-wide behavior and help assure network security policy and compliance.

The Cisco NAE uses comprehensive mathematically-accurate network models by capturing network-wide device state and configurations, controller policy, and operator intent, make comprehensive network modeling and run an intelligent analysis.

The Cisco Network Assurance Engine is meant to fix the so-called “network assurance gap”, and in case you are wondering about details regarding the technology, Cisco has an extensive whitepaper on that same topic.


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