Zenlayer Intern Project Predicts Network Traffic and Flow
Zenlayer Intern Project Predicts Network Traffic and Flow
By Lisa Cooper | August 10, 2019

Alexander Wang is making use of Zenlayer’s extensive resources to do a fascinating project about predicting network traffic and flow. The project ties into Zenlayer’s push to devote more resources to research and development, particularly intent-based networking.

Alexander Wang is making use of Zenlayer’s extensive resources to do a fascinating project about predicting network traffic and flow. The project ties into Zenlayer’s push to devote more resources to research and development, particularly intent-based networking.

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Why Network Automation is Climbing the Priority Ladder for IT Teams
Why Network Automation is Climbing the Priority Ladder for IT Teams
By Zenlayer | March 08, 2019

As business size grows, so too does complexity. Modern enterprises are juggling more cloud providers, data and applications than ever before, and things can get stressful – fast. In this blog, we’ll explore the benefits of network automation and how SD-WAN plays a part in automation. Simplifed network management With the number of routers, switches,…

As business size grows, so too does complexity. Modern enterprises are juggling more cloud providers, data and applications than ever before, and things can get stressful – fast. In this blog, we’ll explore the benefits of network automation and how SD-WAN plays a part in automation. Simplifed network management With the number of routers, switches,…

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Networking 101: Primer on WAN
Networking 101: Primer on WAN
By Zenlayer | November 02, 2018

Most businesses, whether they be large MNCs or SMBs, use a wide area network (WAN) to share and transfer data between their employees, customers and vendors over geographical distances. While WANs are a good solution for establishing long-distance computer networks, they suffer from a few problems. When companies further expand their networks, they often encounter…

Most businesses, whether they be large MNCs or SMBs, use a wide area network (WAN) to share and transfer data between their employees, customers and vendors over geographical distances. While WANs are a good solution for establishing long-distance computer networks, they suffer from a few problems. When companies further expand their networks, they often encounter…

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What is Anycast and How Does it Work?
What is Anycast and How Does it Work?
By Zenlayer | September 13, 2018

Anycast overview Anycast is a network addressing and routing method that attributes a single IP address to multiple servers in a network. The idea behind anycast is that data is sent to the closest server based on the location of the user request. By doing so, the user can reduce network hops and latency, reducing…

Anycast overview Anycast is a network addressing and routing method that attributes a single IP address to multiple servers in a network. The idea behind anycast is that data is sent to the closest server based on the location of the user request. By doing so, the user can reduce network hops and latency, reducing…

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