The Cisco Digital Network Architecture ( Cisco DNA) is Cisco’s\
architecture for enterprise networks – across the campus,\
branch, WAN, and extended enterprise. It provides an open,\
extensible, and software-driven approach that makes the\
network simpler to manage and more agile and responsive\
to business needs. Cisco DNA is an intelligent system\
that encompasses policy, automation, analytics, and open\
platform capabilities to deliver on all required aspects of an\
Cisco DNA provides an extensible, strategic platform that\
allows IT to streamline operations, reduce costs, detect and\
contain threats, and continuously align the network to business\
needs. Built upon an open, intent-based networking model,\
it is constantly learning, adapting, and protecting to make\
sure applications, users, and devices receive the service they\
need. As an extensible open platform, it offers integration with\
other IT and technology domains such as data center and\
Security , support for multivendor networks, and the investment\
protection expected of a strategic platform.
Cisco DNA is how Cisco delivers intent-based networking across\
the campus, branch, WAN, and extended enterprise. Cisco
defines intent-based networking as “a network that continuously\
aligns to business intent.” It does this by capturing and translating\
the intent your organization has for your network, then automating\
the intent, enforcing the intent, and assuring that your network\
is operating as intended. Cisco DNA realizes the promise of\
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an overview for Cisco SD-Access "Software-Defined Access", which explains all Fabric and SD-Access Fundamentals and it's components.
Briefly explaining all the SD-Access and Fabric from A to Z. Fabric Edge, Control Plane, Border, Fabric WLC, ISE, DNAC, Underlay, Overlay, LISP, VXLAN, TrustSec, Packet Flow, Virtual Network, VRF, Scalable Group - SGT, AnyCast Gateway, Assurance Analytics
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