Cisco just made intent-based networking smarter by applying advanced analytics and machine learning, on premises and in the cloud. Cisco AI Network Analytics drives network intelligence, empowering administrators to improve performance and issue resolution.
Cisco DNA Assurance features advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning. Cisco AI Network Analytics, a capability within Cisco DNA Assurance, allows easy management of all devices and services, prioritizes and resolves network issues, and ensures a better user experience across the network.
With deeper visibility and enhanced management capabilities, network assurance can take intent-based networking even further.
More devices, more users, more to manage. Use the power of data to grow your network and improve performance and reliability.
Use AI/ML to pinpoint the most important issues impacting your network while reducing noise and false positives.
Take advantage of a simple dashboard for Cisco DNA Assurance. You can view activity and take action all from one place.
Collect from multiple data sources and continuously check that the network carries out the expressed intent for services and policies.
Continuously gather insights across all users, devices, and applications. Then use the big picture to make smart decisions.
Define user and device profiles that facilitate a highly secure access and network segmentation based on business needs.
"Application performance and network connectivity are crucial for our customers and operations at each of our 3600 branches. Cisco AI Network Analytics has enabled us to maintain high network performance and provide optimal service to all departments, which enables them to reach or even outperform their business goals."Hans Vasters, Senior Network Architect, REWE Group Austria
"Mobile access is dynamic in university environments; we have over 24,000 devices on our network during the semester. With Cisco AI Network Analytics, I have been able to take an already performing network to its highest level by actively finding the contextually relevant and impactful trends, actionable insights, and issues in the university network."Shai Silberman, Director of Network Services, San Jose State University
"Our startup companies appreciate the security and mobility the network provides, and I get actionable insights on devices and users on the network that help me run the network more efficiently."Dr. Aidan McGrath, IT Manager, Waterford Institute of Technology
"With the help of [Cisco] DNA Assurance, we are able to reduce the time to troubleshoot. We now have a lot of data which we can reuse and model to improve the student's quality while they are on site utilizing our infrastructure."Robin Mok, Senior Communications Engineer, University of Wollongong