Arista Networks’ Latency Analyzer (LANZ) represents a revolution in integrated network performance monitoring. For the first time, administrators and applications gain near real-time visibility into congestion conditions as experienced by the network itself.

.Arista's Latency Analyzer

Arista's Zero Touch Provisioning is used to configure a switch without user intervention. Built to fully leverage the power of Arista’s Extensible Operating System (EOS), ZTP provides a flexible solution, provisioning the network infrastructure without requiring a network engineer present at install.

.Arista's  Zero Touch Provisioning

Arista VM Tracer, a capability that is natively integrated into the Arista Extensible Operating System (EOS) links the Arista switches to VMware's vCenter and create an adaptive infrastructure whereby the network responds to sensed changes in the virtual machine network.

.Arista VM Tracer Overview

This paper details the subject of Microbursts with respect to latency, jitter and traffic patterns and its impact on application performance.

.Tutorial on Real World Microbursts

Arista’s MLAG feature allows you to scale at Layer 2 without wasting bandwidth in Spanning Tree Blocked mode. Any networking device supporting static LAG or IEEE 802.3ad LACP can connect to an MLAG pair. Now you can scale your network, without changing your topology.

.Multichassis Link Aggregation

Arista's 7100 series switches deployed in IBM’s iDataPlex system allow unprecedented server node density, scalability, reduced power and cost, and simplified network management for Web, HPC, financial, and cloud computing applications.

.Arista's 7100 series switches deployed in IBM's iDataPlex

High-Performance Computing (HPC) is proliferating across a wide range of industry sectors today. This document presents data comparing the performance of two well-known HPC applications and the impact of 1GE, 10GE and InfiniBand on their performance in a benchmarking environment.

.Building HPC Clusters with 10Gb Ethernet