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By Juniper

Juniper Cloud Metro solution enables sustainable business growth and is underpinned by improved service experience. Juniper purposefully entered this market to bring an experience-driven, cloud-connected world to reality.

Cloud Metro: A New Product Category for Sustainable Business Growth

Metro has become the “new edge” where 5G, edge cloud hosting, connectivity, and services converge and has huge growth potential. Metro traffic is estimated to grow 500% by 2027, but the current cost per bit is not sustainable, and network cannot scale efficiently. User expectations have increased, and security threats are on the rise. The skilled staff shortage is a real challenge. In addition, ITU standards require greenhouse emissions reduction to 45% by 2030. But can traditional “retro metro” sustain long-term business growth? We believe a new approach is needed to address these challenges. At Juniper, we call this approach “Cloud Metro”.

Cloud Metro is about applying cloud principles to architect, build, and operate metro networks. It is an experience-first network, and provides a quality service instead of mere packet transport, with automated and AI-aware operations at the forefront of new approach.

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Introducing Juniper’s Expanded Cloud Metro Solutions

Our Cloud Metro solution with enhanced capabilities includes:

  • Sustainable Operations with cloud-delivered automation that simplifies operations, frees up resources, and reduces time-to-service.
  • Sustainable Systems with energy-efficient designs achieve the right balance of performance, scale, and density, with ample capacity to grow and longevity.
  • Sustainable Architecture with a scalable IP services fabric that builds secure metro architecture for converged services and advanced network slicing.

Introducing Juniper's Expanded Cloud Metro Solution

Reimagining Metro Operations

Juniper Paragon™ Automation, an experience-driven portfolio automates network and services lifecycle. The AI-enabled, cloud-delivered Paragon Automation as a service, simplify operations, accelerates onboarding use cases, and service delivery to minutes, along with increased productivity and speed. The service providers can now bring differentiated services to market faster than competitors.

Learn more about how Juniper is reinventing metro network operations.

Reinventing Metro Networking Systems

The Juniper ACX7000 family innovative design delivers groundbreaking performance, density and scale. With Class D-verified timing, these systems support tomorrow’s low-latency requirements and ultra-dense 800G and 1.6T ports. Additionally, more space savings and energy innovations reduce power consumption by 61-77%—and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) up to 71%. With this headroom, Juniper systems will last 4-7 years longer than alternatives, thus protecting investment while reducing e-waste. Also, Juniper 400G ZR/ZR+ optics are industry standards compliant and reduce service provider costs with innovative design approach.

Learn more about the Juniper ACX7000 Family Portfolio.

Building Scalable, Assured and Secure Metro IP Services Fabric Architecture

The converged IP services fabric architecture supports end-to-end network slicing, with ability to support both scale-up and scale-out expansion. We are taking Cloud Metro architectures to next-level with embedded Active Assurance and built-in Zero Trust security.

  • The embedded Paragon Active Assurance proactively enables assured services experience, without advanced expertise or manual effort,  incident resolution times are cut in half— even most problems are fixed before affecting customers.
  • The built-in Zero Trust Security principles are applied throughout IP services fabric to safeguard data at rest and in motion across end-to-end network.

Together, these capabilities deliver scalable, assured next-generation metro edge services and network slices while achieving sustainable business outcomes.

Learn how Juniper can help build a scalable, assured and secure Cloud Metro architecture.

Reimagine the Metro, Reinvent Your Business

The landscape for new digital experiences is changing. To capitalize, service providers need a new, more sustainable approach to their metro networks. Our Cloud Metro solution provides service providers with a foundation to fuel sustainable business growth—for their people, planet, and their bottom line.


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Killexams : Virtual-Q Selects Juniper Networks to Provide Scalable, Automated Data Center Infrastructure

Juniper Apstra solution enables simplified data center management and reliable operations to deliver a better user experience for customers

SUNNYVALE, Calif., October 11, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, today announced that Virtual-Q, a provider of IT Services and IT Consulting, has selected Juniper Apstra data center solutions to modernize and automate its network infrastructure to provide a scalable and seamless customer experience.

Based in Houston, Texas, Virtual-Q specializes in IT-as-a-Service through its hosted desktop solution, streamlining the costs associated with remote IT solutions. The company delivers enterprise-class security, computing, support and disaster recovery solutions to businesses across all sectors and sizes.

Virtual-Q had been operating with a network that lacked scalability and struggled to meet the increasing hybrid and virtual customer demands associated with the pandemic. With the need to accommodate large-scale growth but also be able to easily manage and operate, Virtual-Q turned to Juniper Networks to help design and build their new network, along with support from Juniper’s partner GDT. Apstra was deployed to simplify and automate data center operations management from design to deployment through everyday operations and assurance. Additionally, Apstra delivers a high level of visibility into the network fabric, allowing for faster resolution times and increased operational efficiencies. With an approach to data center operations based on the insight that a reliability-focused strategy results in speed and efficiency, Apstra enables Virtual-Q to transform their operations.

By also deploying Juniper’s QFX switches, EX switches and MX series universal routing platforms, Virtual-Q is well-positioned to expand its capacity with 400G bandwidth, develop a cloud-ready network infrastructure that can grow alongside its evolving data center needs and meet its 1,082 percent annual growth rate. The company also utilizes Juniper professional services.

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"Juniper Apstra allows us to seamlessly manage and automate our data center infrastructure without compromising our ability to serve our customers. With Apstra’s intent-based design, operators can focus on what needs to be accomplished in the data center instead of how it should be done. As one of the most user-friendly products on the market, we are excited to see the transformation Apstra will bring to our network operations."

- Victor J. Quinones, Jr., Founder and CEO, Virtual-Q

"In addition to simplifying data center management, Apstra allows its customers to automate each aspect of the design, deployment and operation of their data center infrastructure. Apstra enables Virtual-Q to lay a strong foundation for reliable and flexible operations regardless of vendor."

- Mansour Karam, VP of Products, Juniper Networks

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About Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks is dedicated to dramatically simplifying network operations and driving superior experiences for end users. Our solutions deliver industry-leading insight, automation, security and AI to drive real business results. We believe that powering connections will bring us closer together while empowering us all to solve the world’s greatest challenges of well-being, sustainability and equality. Additional information can be found at Juniper Networks ( or connect with Juniper on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

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Killexams : Juniper cultivars deserve more consideration | Tony Tomeo

Fads come and go. Many can be good, even if only briefly. A few might be bad enough to later stigmatize the object of the fad. For example, the formerly esteemed crape myrtle is now familiar as a mundanely common tree.

Flashy bloom and complaisance contributed to its excessive popularity. Most sorts of juniper are similarly victims of their previous fad.

A few cultivars of juniper suddenly became overly popular during suburbanization of the 1950s. They were remarkably reliable and resilient. Most were shrubbery or low hedges. A few were groundcover.

Hollywood juniper grew as a compact sculptural tree. However, most junipers grew too big. They became difficult to maintain, or impossible to renovate.

As many outgrew suburban gardens, few junipers outgrew their reputation. Even modern cultivars that were unavailable during the fad of the 1950s are perhaps less popular than they should be. Realistically, many old and new cultivars of juniper are quite practical for refined home gardens. They merely need to be appropriate to their particular application.

Many cultivars of several species of Juniperus are commonly available. Straight species are very rare from nurseries, although a few are native nearby.

All junipers are evergreen with tiny awl or scale leaves. Foliar color ranges from forest green to silvery gray. Bloom is unremarkable. Some junipers produce pretty and aromatic blue, gray or black berries.

Junipers generally do not respond favorably to pruning that damages their natural forms. Those that grow as groundcovers, with stems that sprawl over the surface of the soil, are not offended by pruning to contain their edges. However, most groundcover junipers are actually just low shrubbery. Pruning might leave holes within their dense foliar canopies.

Junipers that grow as small trees do not mind removal of lower limbs at their main trunks, but object to partial pruning or 'stubbing' of such limbs. Regardless of their natural forms, all junipers should be proportionate to their particular applications.

With sufficient space, they can mature and develop their naturally distinguished forms with minimal altercation. Maintenance could really be quite minimal.

Rocky Mountain juniper

Hollywood juniper had formerly been the only popular juniper of tree form. As it became less popular during the past few decades, cultivars of the once obscure Rocky Mountain juniper, Juniperus scopulorum, became more popular.

Also, a few more modern cultivars became available. Now, the once overly common Hollywood juniper is quite uncommon.

Rocky Mountain juniper is naturally rather grayish for protection from the harsh exposure of the high elevations which it inhabits. Cultivars are grayer, bluish or silvery, and mostly develop symmetrically conical form.

Old specimens that were initially conical eventually grow as small trees with rounded and relatively dense canopies, perhaps on bare trunks.

'Skyrocket' and 'Blue Arrow' are very narrow like Italian cypress that grow only 15 feet tall. 'Wichita Blue' and 'Moonglow' are stoutly conical. 'Blue Arrow' and 'Wichita Blue' are bluish green. 'Skyrocket' and 'Moonglow' are silvery gray.

Established specimens do not require much water, but develop better foliar color with warmth and occasional watering.

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Killexams : Get Set for a Virtual Card Tsunami, Juniper Research Says

Virtual payment cards have been around for more than a decade, but now they appear to be poised for big growth with the rise of e-commerce and the wide availability of digital wallets. Indeed, the volume of transactions arising from these cards will balloon from 28 billion worldwide this year to 121 billion by 2027, according to research released Tuesday by Juniper Research.

This growth will proceed, the research firm says, despite competition from other technologies, such as contactless cards and QR codes. Both technologies have enjoyed increasing popularity in exact years as the pandemic left consumers and business users reluctant to use traditional card payments. Mobile payment methods alone, Juniper predicts, will account for 53 billion virtual card transactions in five years, up from 5 billion this year.

The U.S. is poised to loom large as a virtual card market. It alone will claim 72% of all revenue generated from virtual cards in 2027, Juniper predicts, a share that will come to some $71 billion.

Virtual cards offer a defense against payment fraud that could appeal to issuers and users, particularly in business-to-business markets and such markets as health care, the researcher says. They are typically issued with a randomly generated, 16-digit card number, but this number can be set to be unique for each transaction. The card’s details can also be set to be unique to the digital wallet in which they are stored. And the cards offer nearly instantaneous transfers, fitting into a general movement in payments globally toward real-time settlement.

For these reasons, Juniper predicts rising popularity for the technology. “Virtual cards are popular among [business-to-business] travel purchasing and fleet management, but offer great potential in financial markets and the AP (accounts payable) sector,” the firm says in a summary of its research. “Virtual cards are also growing in the consumer market as an anti-fraud measure.” The arrival in exact years of popular digital-wallet apps has also made the payment method more usable, the researcher adds.

Juniper isn’t alone in its predictions. Accenture Payments forecast in late 2018 that virtual cards were poised to claim a dominant share of business-to-business card payments.

But the technology doesn’t come without drawbacks. Short expiration dates can be a source of frustration for users, as can spending limits that may be set too low for users’ needs, Juniper says. But the cards’ defenses against fraud are likely to help drive increasing issuance and usage, Juniper concludes.

“Virtual cards face tough competition from other payment methods, such as traditional contactless cards and QR codes. However, the report anticipates that the secure nature of virtual cards will drive demand in an increasingly security-conscious market,” the firm says in a statement.

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Killexams : Juniper increases flexibility of data centre automation and assurance platform

Juniper Networks has expanded the features of its Apstraintent-based networking software to include broader configuration and multi-protocol support, and has added a new licensing scheme.

The latest version of Apstra includes a feature called Freeform Reference Designs  for designing data centre networks that support any protocol, topology or network domain. Data centre reference designs are offered by all major data centre players and typically feature validated, repeatable infrastructure system maps on how networked resources are configured.

The addition of Freeform brings the number of Apstra reference designs to four, including leaf/spine and EVPN, with Freeform representing an “anything goes” option that fits customers’ business needs while taking advantage of Apstra capabilities, according to Ben Baker, senior director, Cloud/DC Marketing Business Analysis with Juniper.

Apstra keeps a real-time repository of configuration, telemetry, and validation information to ensure the network is doing what IT teams want it to do. It also includes automation to provide consistent network and security policies for workloads across physical and virtual infrastructures. Baked-in analytics capabilities perform regular network checks to safeguard configurations.

The software extends its intent-based networking features to support any protocol and topology. “Some protocols don’t fit neatly into existing data centre reference design so there are many more options with Freeform,” Baker said. This makes it easier to adapt or roll out new data centre designs with the confidence they will work as expected, he said.