Is Juniper on the Right Track With Its Mist AI? My Perspective!

Juniper Networks has brought a fresh approach to the way Ops should work today. Faisal Khan, a Field Day delegate, writes on the different innovations that Juniper Networks presented last month at Networking Field Day. Read here for more from Faisal about how Juniper Networks is tackling the issues faced by managed service providers.


NFD26: Juniper Adds Sophisticated MIST Functionality

After the recent Networking Field Day event, Dr. Pete Welcher wrapped up his thoughts about the presentations of Juniper Networks on LinkedIn. Welcher attended the event as a delegate, and crafted his opinions on Juniper after watching their presentation. Read the whole post to learn more!


TechHouse570- Networking Field Day- Day 1 Recap

Looking for a great recap on the material Juniper Networks and Arista Networks presented at September’s Networking Field Day? Girard Kavelines, a Field Day delegate, expands on all the surprises that came about from each presentation. Take a look at Girard’s post for more!


Juniper – Mist API and Automation With Postman

Want to learn something new on network automation and APIs? Ed Horley, a delegate, attended Networking Field Day and recommends checking out Juniper Networks’ presentation on network automation. Ed is excited to see more content in the future from Juniper, for now check out his post on what they are doing with network automation!


Juniper and Mist Put AI at the Helm of Wireless Networking

At the recent Mobility Field Day event, Juniper displayed even more networking capabilities of their Mist AI solution. Specifically, this post covers how Mist AI and Juniper can be used to manage wireless networks at scale. Read the piece and learn more.


CTS 270: MFD6 – Juniper / Mist

This podcast episode from Rowell Dionicio and Verges Francois of ClearToSend covers the Mobility Field Day appearance by Juniper Networks, who presented facets of their Mist AI solution. Both men attended the event as delegates, and this episode details their time and experiences during Juniper’s presentations. Listen to the show for full information.


Mist Systems Has an Advantage- But Also Gets a Yellow Card

While no Tech Field Day event is a competition, Lee Badman walked away from his time as a delegate during June’s Mobility Field Day event believing that Mist Networks had the edge over the other companies presenting. In this piece, Badman explains his reasoning behind the opinion, also calling out a comment made by Mist representatives during their presentation. Learn the full context behind the post by watching Mist’s presentations.


Juniper Powered by MIST AI – This Stuff Is Hard

This post by Keith Townsend of the CTO Advisor blog is the first in a series called “This Stuff is Hard,” translating vendor messages taken from analyst briefings into a format that’s easily understandable by business decision makers. The post specifically hones in on Juniper Networks’ presentation from the first AI Field Day Event regarding their Mist AI solution. Read on to see how Townshend describes AIOps from Juniper, and be sure to watch the original AI Field Day presentation for context.


Juniper Gets “Misty” @ Networking Field Day 24

Jason Gintert had the opportunity to join us as a delegate at Networking Field Day in February and see Juniper Networks’ presentation. In this blog, Jason takes a look at the different topics and technology that the company presented, including its Marvis Virtual Network Assistant, its new EX4400 Campus Switch, and the acquisition and integration of both 128 Technologies and Apstra. To see what Jason had to say, check out his blog on bitsinflight.com!


Juniper/Mist

At Networking Field Day in February, Keith Parsons joined us as a delegate and had the opportunity to see Juniper Networks’ presentation. Keith was especially intrigued with its presentations related to Wireless LANs, including Juniper Mist. To see what all Keith had to say, check out this blog!


Eradicating Tier 1 and Tier 2 Support

Juniper Networks presented Juniper Mist at AI Field Day last November. Juniper Mist has eradicated tier 1 and tier 2 support, so customers will now speak with Marvis. Marvis is a self-automated AI customer service virtual network assistant. For more on the Juniper Mist AI experience, watch the company’s presentations on the Tech Field Day website!


Wide Area AI Networking With Juniper

WAN networking has traditionally been difficult to troubleshoot. At Networking Field Day in September, Juniper Networks discussed its latest advances in traditional networking technologies, which includes the integration of Mist AI and Mist’s Marvis AI system. Check out Juniper Networks’ presentation on its Marvis AI application on the Tech Field Day website and see how Marvis can change the way we look at WAN networking!


Is Cloud Managed Networks the Way to Go?

Is it worth it to move to Cloud Managed Networks? Writing for his blog, Haydn Andrews describes some of the benefits of Cloud Managed Networks, including Juniper’s offerings like Mist Marvis which leverages Mist AI to manage a high numbers of devices. Juniper presented on their Mist AI-Driven Automation at Mobility Field Day 5 earlier this year. To learn more about Cloud Managed Networks and the Juniper Networks solutions, check out Haydn’s post and the videos from Mobility Field Day!


Mist Is the New Edge

Tom Hollingsworth had the chance to see Mist present at Mobility Field Day this past July. He writes that since being acquired by Juniper Networks, both Juniper and Mist have grown and gone through an incredible transformation. That has led to Mist being on the cutting edge of utilizing AI to change the way we do networking. Tom writes that he’s never been so excited to see radical changes coming in the way we network and is looking forward to seeing what Juniper and Mist have up their sleeve next. Check out Tom’s article on GestaltIT.com and all of the Mobility Field Day presentations on our website.


The Spatial Streams Podcast: Episode 17: The JJ Xperience

On the latest episode of the Spatial Streams podcast with Tech Field Day delegate John Deegan and Landon Foster, they are joined by delegate JJ Minella to talk about their takeaways from this past Mobility Field Day and their thoughts on industry events going virtual. Check out their takeaways for presenters Ventev, Mist, and Cisco as well as all the Mobility Field Day videos on our website!


How to Return to Business as Fast as Possible in a COVID World

Haydn Andrews saw the presentations from the last Mobility Field Day and was very impressed with the focus that Cisco and Juniper – Mist placed on helping businesses be better equipped to deal with COVID-19. Haydn writes that through creative utilizations of proximity tracing these companies empower businesses to create safer environments and get back to work more quickly after a potential issue.
We’re hopeful that the innovative solutions presented by Cisco and Juniper – Mist at Mobility Field Day have the potential to help us all return to normal a little bit sooner.


De-Mist-Ifying Contact Tracing

As a delegate at Mobility Field Day, Dave Benham saw presentations by Mist Systems and was intrigued by their Proximity Tracing system and its potential impact on Contact Tracing and limiting the spread of COVID-19. Dave writes that the applications of their new systems are significant for contract tracers because the it gives organizations the potential ability track where infected individuals have been in a specific facility and identify what areas might need a deep cleaning. This tracking has the possibility to provide users with increased information and help increase the safety of people utilizing a given space. Check out all of Mist System’s presentations at Cloud Field Day on our website.


Mist Announces New Wi-Fi 6 Access Points at Mobility Field Day 5

At Mobility Field Day, Mist Systems made a return presentation. The company is now part of Juniper Networks, and had a number of new additions to their AI-enabled access point portfolio. All of these APs support Wi-Fi 6 and come with the rich feature set included with 802.11ax. One of the things that really helps these APs stand out is a custom-built BLE antenna array, which is designed to give angle of arrival information for Bluetooth signals, letting Mist obtain more accurate location information.


The “Not to Be a Jerk, But…” Mist #MDF5 Blog

Lee Badman wrote up his thoughts on Mist Systems, now an integral part of Juniper Networks. In Lee’s words in was a “marathon session”, and it took a hot minute to wrap his head around all the implications. The biggest thing that stood out was that Mist is no longer in a bubble of unique wireless solutions, having its AI methodology integrated into Juniper’s LAN solutions. He also was impressed to see Mist now offering a fully rounded out AP portfolio, something that was sorely lacking in previous sessions. Overall, Lee found it a really interesting presentation. Be sure to check it out on our YouTube channel to get all the details.


#MFD5 Day 1-Quick Recap

John Deegan knows how to enjoy a vacation, a full day of IT goodness at Mobility Field Day. In this post, he looks back at the presenters feature in day one of the event. From the day, he was saw Mist having an early leg up as it further expands its AI-based analytics in enterprise networks, even while introducing tools to make the traditional dashboard obsolete. Celona showed off how their CBRS tech stack has matured since the last time they presented, and John was excited to see endpoint hardware supporting the spectrum needed for it. The day was definitely full of quality presentations, and he was definitely hungry for the rest of the event.