Deploying Virtual SAN Over L2/L3 Networks with Arista Networking Devices

This is a great posting from on how to deploy Virtual SANs over an Arista underlay networks with the actual switch configurations. Here is the video on how to automate the deployment of a VSAN infrastructure from the same blog – VMware Virtual SAN Stretched Cluster Automated Deployments with PowerCLI Thought our user community would benefit from these blog postings. Happy reading!    

ZTPServer v1.3

ZTPServer version 1.3 adds a couple of new features and enhancements to which are primarily focused on new actions, improved testing and documentation, and the addition of handlers for startup-config PUT requests. For details, please see http://ztpserver.readthedocs.org/en/master/support.html#releases. ZTPServer version 1.3.1 adds some additional bug fixes and it is the recommended release for all customers.

Running Arista vEOS inside VMware Workstation

Arista EOS is released as a single image that supports all of our platforms. That same single image can even be run in a virtual machine! This video describes how to set up a virtual machine in order to test EOS functionality, or to develop and test your own extensions.  

ZTPServer v1.1.0

ZTPServer 1.1.0 is a significant update for ZTPServer and all users are strongly encouraged to update. This release is primarily focused on resiliency, improved testing, and closing early requests from several deployments. Important: The default system identifier has changed in this release from System MAC Address to Serial Number. This can be reverted to the old behavior in /etc/ztpserver/ztpserver.conf, to allow existing configurations to be used. Documentation: http://ztpserver.readthedocs.org/en/v1.1.0/ Release Notes: http://ztpserver.readthedocs.org/en/v1.1.0/ReleaseNotes1.1.html License: http://ztpserver.readthedocs.org/en/v1.1.0/license.html Support: http://ztpserver.readthedocs.org/en/v1.1.0/support.html

Arista Networks OMI Integration with Microsoft

Arista’s support of OMI (Open Management Interface), coupled with Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) and PowerShell, allows customers to monitor and manage their network more effectively. Read all about it here.