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Intent Based Networking (IBN) Global Markets, 2019 to 2024 - SDX & SD-WAN Technologies Will Be the Foundation of IBN - ResearchAndMarkets.com

February 25, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 25, 2019--The “Intent Based Networking Market: IBN by Technology, Infrastructure (Hardware, Software, Components, Services), Solutions, Deployment Type, Network (WAN, MAN, LAN, PAN) and Connection (3G, LTE, 5G), Organization Type, and Industry Verticals 2019-2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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One of the key capabilities of intent based networking is the ability to monitor, identify and react in real time to changing network conditions. This pertains to network (and related apps and services) provisioning and administration as well as proactively and autonomously managing change in operational conditions. As a core concept, intent based networking is not completely new, as SDN capabilities have been evolving for many years. However, a much more timely development for intent based networking is the advent of machine learning algorithms capable of providing network automation.

More specifically, intent based networking is defined largely by the extent to which network orchestration is automated, including software that may implement changes autonomously. Networks are increasingly becoming more self-aware and capable of dynamic optimization, often in real-time. In some cases changes are made to enhance a current state. In other cases, remediation is required to adjust a sub-optimal condition or situation that has gone awry. Analysts see this as an area in which machine learning will become extremely valuable for IBN as AI will provide networks the ability to identify and learn from patterns and behaviors, leading to autonomous decision making, reducing human errors and costs while improving efficiency.

SDN is an important technology for intent based networking as software defined everything (SDX) and virtualization are transforming network and service architecture thanks to improvements in technologies that offer improved performance, lower costs, improved flexibility and control. As the border between Cloud Computing and network infrastructure continues to blur, so does the demarcation between the network as a whole and those network elements (servers, terminals, etc.) that comprise the network. SDX (e.g. control of networks, apps, services, systems) has historically enabled more efficient provisioning and administration. Within the intent based networking ecosystem, it does those same things, but is part of a bigger chain of interdependent, self-aware, autonomous solutions.

One of the major goals of SDX has been to simplify and consolidate network functions. This enables networks leverage commodity switches, and servers rather than rely upon specialized, often proprietary hardware and software. Instead of managing intent based networking components separately (e.g. separate interfaces), they are controlled collectively and in software, via unified and open solutions, often via an open API. SDX facilitates simplified and more efficient network administration by way of decoupling the system that makes decisions about where traffic is sent (the control plane) from the underlying systems that forward traffic to the selected destination (the data plane).

Study Coverage

This IBN market report evaluates intent based networking including comparison of IBN with traditional networking in terms of architecture, capabilities, and benefits for carrier and enterprise networks. The report analyzes technologies, infrastructure, and the impact of implementing intent based networking in conjunction with other emerging technologies such as Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), 5G, AI, and IoT. The report also evaluates leading vendors, strategies, and solutions.

The report also provides market forecasts for 2019 to 2025 globally and regionally as well as by technology and solution. This includes Infrastructure (Hardware, Software, Components, and Services - further broken down by programs, API, and SDK), Solutions/Applications, Deployment Type, Degree of Virtualization (Physical Network, Virtual Network, and Hybrid Network), Network Type (WAN, MAN, LAN, PAN), Connection Type (Wired and Wireless - further broken down by 3G, LTE, and 5G), Artificial Intelligence Type (Deep Machine Learning, Deep Neural Network, Machine Vision System, Predictive Analytics, NLP and Voice Recognition), Organization Type (SMB, Enterprise, Government), and Industry Verticals (Automotive, Financial, Government, Healthcare, Manufacturing/Automation, Telecom and IT, and more).

Additionally, the report provides quantitative analysis and forecasts for the impact of edge computing and IoT upon the intent driven networking market. This includes both Cellular/3GPP NB-IoT and non-cellular LPWAN (i.e. Sigfox, LoRa, Weightless, Ingenu). The report also provides quantitative analysis and forecasts for the market for securing IBN (e.g. the intent driven networking security market). The report also provides quantitative analysis and forecasts for special integration areas such as IBN support for networking involved with autonomous vehicles, smart cities, and more.

Topics Covered

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction

2.1 Defining Intent Based Networking (IBN)

2.2 IBN Building Blocks

2.3 Traditional vs. Intent Based Network

2.4 IBN System and Element

2.5 Self Driven Networks

2.6 Augmented Intelligence

2.7 Intent Based Networking Benefits

2.8 Intent Based Network Transition and Enterprise Networking

2.9 IBN to Minimize Gap between Business and IT

2.10 IBN Market Driver and Challenges

3 Intent Based Networking Technology and Market Analysis

3.1 Intent Based Networking Software

3.2 Intent Based Networking Hardware

3.3 Intent Base Network Security (IBNS)

3.4 Intent Based Networking Analytics (IBNA)

3.5 Intent Based Networking Services

3.6 Networking Technology

3.7 Multi Domain Environments

3.8 Declarative Policy Model

3.9 DevOps and Intent Based Network

3.10 Software Defined Networking and SD-WAN

3.11 Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI)

3.12 AI-Defined Infrastructure (ADI)

3.13 Network Automation and Optimization

3.14 Intent Based Networking and Datacenters

3.15 AI, Machine Learning and Network Orchestration

3.16 Intent Based Networking Taxonomy

3.17 Intent Based Networking in IoT at the Edge of Networks

3.18 Intent Based Networking and 5G

4 Intent Based Networking Company Analysis

4.1 Market Share Analysis

4.2 Leading Companies

4.2.1 Cisco Systems Inc.

4.2.2 Juniper Networks Inc.

4.2.3 Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd

4.2.4 Pluribus Networks

4.2.5 A10 Networks

4.2.6 FireMon LLC

4.2.7 Cerium Networks

4.2.8 Veriflow Systems

4.2.9 Fortinet Inc.

4.2.10 Indeni Ltd.

4.2.11 Forward Networks Inc.

4.2.12 Anuta Networks

4.2.13 Apstra Inc.

4.3 Other Companies

4.3.1 Intentionet

4.3.2 Avi Networks

4.3.3 Google

4.3.4 Amazon Web Services (AWS)

4.3.5 Microsoft Azure

4.3.6 Masergy

4.3.7 128 Technology

4.3.8 Aviatrix Systems

4.3.9 Barefoot Networks

4.3.10 CloudGenix

4.3.11 Gemini Data

4.3.12 Nyansa

4.3.13 Versa Networks

4.3.14 Noction

4.4 Network Automation Solution Providers

4.5 SDN Solution Providers

5 Intent Based Networking Market Analysis and Forecasts 2019 - 2024

5.1 Total Intent Based Networking Market

5.2 Intent Based Networking Market by Segment

5.3 Intent Based Networking Market by Application

5.4 Intent Based Networking Market by Deployment

5.5 Intent Based Networking Market by Network

5.6 Intent Based Networking Market by Network Type

5.7 Intent Based Networking Market by Network Infrastructure

5.8 Intent Based Networking Market by AI Technology

5.9 Intent Based Networking Market by Organization

5.10 Intent Based Networking Market by Industry Vertical

5.11 IoT Edge Driven Intent Based Networking Market

5.12 Intent Based Networking Analytics (IBNA) Market

5.13 Intent Based Networking Security (IBNS) Market

5.14 Cloud Deployed Intent Based Networking Market

5.15 Intent Based Networking Market in Virtualization

5.16 Intent Based Networking Market in 5G

5.17 Intent Based Networking Market in Autonomous Vehicle

5.18 Intent Based Networking Market in Smart Building

5.19 Intent Based Networking Market in Asset Tracking

5.20 Intent Based Networking Market in Smart Workplace

5.21 Intent Based Networking Market in M2M Network

5.22 Intent Based Networking Market in Smart City

5.23 Intent Based Networking Market in Blockchain Networks

5.24 Intent Based Networking Market by Region

6 Conclusions and Recommendations

6.1 Advertisers and Media Companies

6.2 Artificial Intelligence Providers

6.3 Automotive Companies

6.4 Broadband Infrastructure Providers

6.5 Communication Service Providers

6.6 Computing Companies

6.7 Data Analytics Providers

6.8 Immersive Technology (AR, VR, and MR) Providers

6.9 Networking Equipment Providers

6.10 Networking Security Providers

6.11 Semiconductor Companies

6.12 IoT Suppliers and Service Providers

6.13 Software Providers

6.14 Smart City System Integrators

6.15 Automation System Providers

6.16 Social Media Companies

6.17 Workplace Solution Providers

6.18 Enterprise and Government

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