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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
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  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Choose the desired Device Profile

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Enrich the topology

For this example, we will click on the Spine 1 device to enrich it further. The same process can be repeated for all the other devices.

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click to choose the desired color

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click to assign a tag for easy identification

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
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  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Choose a tag

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  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Topology viewing options

The topology that we designed can be inspected in multiple views, such as the systems view and the links view as seen here. Click on the Systems tab to view the systems view.

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  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click to create a config template

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  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

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  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

%3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Copy the template text

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Paste the configuration

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

The configuration template is now saved

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Support for Jinja templates

The topology that we designed can be inspected in multiple views, such as the systems view and the links view as seen here. Click on the Systems tab to view the systems view.

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click on Junos interface Jinja config

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click on property sets

Property sets provide a way for users to define their own set of variables to be consumed by the config templates. 

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click on the desired property set as shown

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

View the Property set details

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Notice the configuration editor

The three pane config template editor allows you to browse through the many Jinja variables that are automatically generated by the blueprint and supports real time previews of Jinja template rendering.

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Close the editor

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

%3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E

%3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click on Managed Devices

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version

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  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example
  • Thank you

Click to choose the OS version

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Steps
  • Let%20us%20begin%20by%20creating%20a%20Freeform%20Blueprint
  • Click Edit to create a new Blueprint
  • %3Cp%3EWe%20will%20use%20the%20canvas%20to%20add%20systems%20to%20the%20topology.%20These%20systems%20can%20be%20internal%20systems%20which%20are%20managed%20by%20Apstra%20or%20external%20systems%20which%20are%20not%20managed%20by%20Apstra.%3C/p%3E
  • Click%20to%20arrange%20the%20systems%20on%20the%20canvas
  • We%20can%20choose%20a%20device%20profile%20to%20model%20the%20hardware%20characteristics
  • Click to start modelling the system
  • Choose%20a%20device%20profile%20from%20the%20drop%20down%20menu
  • Choose the desired Device Profile
  • Complete desining by adding links between the systems as desired
  • Enrich the topology
  • Click to choose the desired color
  • Click to assign a tag for easy identification
  • Choose a tag
  • Topology viewing options
  • %3Cp%3EOnce%20we%20have%20finished%20the%20topology%2C%20we%20can%20create%20a%20config%20template%20which%20can%20later%20be%20assigned%20to%20each%20system%20for%20deployment.%20Config%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%26nbsp%3B%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to create a config template
  • Add a name for the config template
  • %3Cp%3EConfig%20templates%20can%20be%20typed%20in%20the%20GUI%2C%20copy%20and%20pasted%20from%20another%20text%20editor%20or%20imported%20from%20a%20JSON%20file.%3C/p%3E
  • Copy the template text
  • Paste the configuration
  • The configuration template is now saved
  • Support for Jinja templates
  • Click on Junos interface Jinja config
  • Click on property sets
  • Click on the desired property set as shown
  • View the Property set details
  • Notice the configuration editor
  • Close the editor
  • %3Cp%3EBefore%20deploying%20the%20blueprint%2C%20we%20will%20bring%20all%20the%20devices%20under%20Apstra%20management.%20This%20is%20done%20easily%20by%20Apstra%5C%27s%20existing%20set%20of%20device%20management%20capabilities%20like%20the%20GUI%20based%20agent%20installation%20or%20the%20Asptra%20Zero%20Touch%20Provisioning%20of%20the%20server.%20We%20can%20also%20use%20the%20GUI%20to%20upgrade%20device%20OS%20versions.%3C/p%3E
  • Click on Managed Devices
  • Choose the device we wish to upgrade the OS version
  • Click to choose the OS version
  • We will choose the OS image from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired OS image
  • Associating the devices to the systems and topology
  • Click commit to deploy the configuration to the devices
  • Click Commit
  • Monitoring the deployment status
  • Click on config to monitor the configuration deviation
  • Notice the actual config deviation information in the two panels
  • %3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3EApstra%20self%20documents%2C%20so%20every%20time%20we%20commit%20the%20blueprint%2C%20a%20snapshot%20of%20the%20network%20is%20saved%20as%20a%20blueprint%20revision.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cbr%3E%3C/p%3E%0A%3Cp%20class%3D%22MsoNormal%22%20style%3D%22margin%3A%200in%3B%20font-size%3A%2012pt%3B%20font-family%3A%20Calibri%2C%20sans-serif%3B%22%3E%3Cspan%20style%3D%22font-size%3A%2014px%3B%22%3ETo%20roll%20back%20the%20configuration%20of%20the%20entire%20network%20to%20a%20previously%20saved%20state%2C%20Simply%20select%20a%20revision%20and%20click%20on%20rollback%20.%3C/span%3E%3C/p%3E
  • Confirm the rollback action
  • VIew the health and network performance dashboard
  • %3Cp%3EAlerts%20are%20generated%20when%20Apstra%20detects%20anomalous%20behavior%20of%20the%20network.%20We%20can%20also%20drill%20down%20into%20each%20dashboard%20for%20both%20real%20time%20and%20historical%20views%20of%20the%20raw%20data.%3C/p%3E
  • Click to choose the Data source as an example<