Cisco vs Juniper – Why Juniper in 2022

It is almost certain that you will choose between a Cisco or Juniper solution when choosing an IT networking solution. There may be other options, but these are the market leaders.
Cisco is a trusted product that offers a wide range of products and support. Juniper, on the other hand, is a great value. It offers high scalability as well as a wide range of features. Both products can be tailored to your company’s needs. However, this article will focus more on Juniper 2022.

Juniper Provides Great Value
Juniper switches and routers are generally cheaper than their Cisco counterparts. Juniper is a great choice for all your networking needs.
Juniper’s focus is on core routing technologies, which removes a lot more overhead than could be associated with competitors. Cisco, on the contrary, tries to sell a whole ecosystem of hardware and software. This means that your company will need to spend a lot of effort, time, and capital in setting up, maintaining and troubleshooting the solution.
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Juniper is Secure
Juniper is proud of its security level. Juniper says that device security is made up of three components: operating system security, physical security of the hardware and configuration-based security.
Juniper uses state-of the-art software to provide a secure user experience. Junos OS, Juniper’s operating system, supports Terminal Access Controller Access Control System Plus. TACACS+ is a method to authenticate users for routers or switches. It is managed centrally by an authority that allows authenticated users access to any router, switch or gateway on a network.
Junos OS provides Distributed Denial of Service Protection (DDoS) protection in addition to the standard security features such as TACACS+. Junos OS DDoS protection enables a network to continue functioning normally even when it is under attack. This is done by identifying the source of attack and applying route engine switching for the rest to resume functionality. Juniper’s SRX Next Generation Firewall can prevent a lot hacking.
SRX Series Firewall
Juniper’s SRX Firewall is designed for protecting your network edge, data center and cloud applications from real-time threats. These gateways can block unwanted communication with their high-performance, low latency hardware solutions. The SRX series firewall offers industry-leading URL filtering and antivirus protection.
It can also work at the app-level, giving administrators fine control over who is able to access which applications. This is possible thanks to configured policies. The SRX gateway provides action threat intelligence information, which is curated and enables you to prevent intrusions.
Junos OS Auditing Features
Junos OS offers excellent auditing support to help you monitor the effectiveness and efficiency of your policies. You can scan the logs in real-time to identify security flaws and vulnerabilities. All of these features can be accessed in-house without incurring additional costs.

Juniper is Cloud Ready
Juniper invested heavily in cloud technologies a few years back. It looks like those investments are paying off. Juniper was able to significantly accelerate their cloud platform by acquiring Mist AI.
Juniper has created new ways to streamline and simplify the cloud configuration process by leveraging AI and machine-learning. Mist AI uses Marvis as an interface to troubleshoot networks. It can find viable alternatives.

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