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When your applications communicate requirements such as latency and bandwidth, and your network dynamically provides them, good things happen. Greater availability. End-to-end control. And a vastly improved customer experience.
It's called application-engineered routing, and to get an inside look, we went straight to the source. Clarence Filsfils, who developed the draft IETF standard known as segment routing (the technology that powers application-engineered routing), tells us all about its benefits for service providers.
And Cisco Product Manager Bertrand Duvivier gives us even more insight into the realities of today's IT landscape that make application-engineered routing such a compelling solution.