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Launching CloudEOS in Azure with Terraform

Launching CloudEOS in Azure with Terraform Introduction Enterprise cloud organizations are orchestrating environments in the cloud.  This can be done with cloud native tools such as AWS CloudFormation or Azure Resource Manager Templates.  However, Terraform is winning enterprise mindshare as a cross-cloud orchestration system, and this post is an example of a simple CloudEOS deployment into Azure using Terraform. Diagram Below is the diagram that will be referenced in this post. Prerequisites It will be assumed that the reader has familiarity with Terraform and how to setup the Terraform environment.  For basic instructions on setting up a Terraform environment, see...
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Launching CloudEOS in AWS with Terraform

Launching CloudEOS in AWS with Terraform Introduction Enterprise cloud organizations are orchestrating environments in the cloud.  This can be done with cloud native tools such as AWS CloudFormation or Azure Resource Manager Templates.  However, Terraform is winning enterprise mindshare as a cross-cloud orchestration system, and this post is an example of a simple CloudEOS deployment into AWS using Terraform. Diagram Below is the diagram that will be referenced in this post. Prerequisites It will be assumed that the reader has familiarity with Terraform and how to setup the Terraform environment.  For basic instructions on installing and setting up a Terraform...
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Automate a Layer 3 MLAG Campus Stack With In-Band Management and Telemetry Using CVP

Overview One of the advantages Arista offers for campus switches is an automated approach to grouping campus closet switches together into a virtual stack via CloudVision Portal (CVP).  This article covers a Configlet Builder that will automate the building of a Layer 3 Leaf Spine (L3LS) architecture integrated into the data center. Introduction In a Data Center, switches are traditionally managed out-of-band where the forwarding of management information is in a separate data path than the actual data center traffic.  The management connections are via a separate management network, and the switches typically plug into that environment through a copper...
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Use CVP to Automate a POE L2 MLAG Stack with In-Band Management and Telemetry

Overview One of the advantages Arista offers for campus switches is an automated approach to stacking via CloudVision Portal (CVP), and this article covers a Configlet Builder that will allow for this automation in a Layer 2 Leaf Spine architecture. Introduction In a Data Center, switches are traditionally managed out-of-band where the forwarding of management information is in a separate data path than the actual data center traffic.  The management connections are via a separate management network, and the switches typically plug into that environment through a copper Ethernet port.  In campus, however, management is typically done in-band meaning that...
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