Network Operations in 2023: The Cost Fundamentals are Broken!
Networks have become the lifeblood of every modern business and by far the single largest capital asset owned by every organization. And even with the race to migrate applications to...
June 21, 2019
Last week, thousands of people attended Cisco Live U.S. in sunny San Diego for a week full of networking, live demos, exciting presentations and the latest technological innovations. Don’t worry if you happened to miss out on this year’s event, because we’re recapping the show’s highlights.
Did you know NetBrain was created after founder Lingping Gao initially failed his CCIE exam?
“It was a big blow to my ego,” said Gao during theCUBE interview. “So, I said I would create a company so that I could pass. This is the genesis of NetBrain, to help people do better on their network management work.”
Gao went on to discuss NetBrain’s approach to “just in time” network automation and why some organizations (justifiably) are wary of network automated tools. He also explained that the key to NetBrain’s approach is to tap the knowledge and skills of DevOps and NetOps, along with the intelligence of various collaborative partners, such as Cisco, to create a network automation process that anyone can use.
Check out the full interview:
Jason Baudreau, our director of product, gave a great presentation around how Cisco ACI is making data centers more agile and how this is impacting NetOps teams. He also discussed how Dynamic Network Mapping and Adaptive Network Automation can help IT teams document and troubleshoot the network as they transition to an application-centric infrastructure.
Interested in seeing how NetBrain can help Cisco ACI users visualize and better operationalize their networks to extract the full benefit of their ACI investment?
This year during Cisco Live, our expert NetBrainiacs ran the following four demos non-stop:
Didn’t make it San Diego? Or want a another look at our Just in Time Automation?
Thursday, July 11 | 2-3 pm ET
That’s a wrap! Hope to see you next year.