Q&A with NetBrain: how adaptive network automation empowers today’s enterprises and network service providers
February 22, 2019 | SourceForge
Managing the network manually is no longer humanly possible as networks continue to grow in complexity and size. SourceForge recently caught up with NetBrain's Grant Ho to talk about the differences between an autonomous and adaptive network and discuss the advantages of using adaptive network automation.
A data center migration without network outages? Yes, really. By implementing automation and following three critical phases of a data center migration project, network engineers can sleep easier at night knowing the tedious and risky parts of the project can be handled with little to no risk at all.
Network teams: guilty until proven innocent. Just ask the application team
February 1, 2019 | APMdigest
When an application isn't running properly, the first question is always, "is it a network issue?" Without the right tools, network teams could spend hours on end attempting to prove their innocence with incomplete manual documentation. But with the power of automation, network teams can cut troubleshooting time in half by gaining immediate visibility into the network — and showcasing it — with dynamic maps, including insight into how an application is flowing at any given moment.
NetBrain has added three members to its executive management team to support the rapid growth and continued expansion of the company’s network automation offerings to enterprises and managed service providers globally: Chief Legal Officer Annabel Lewis, Chief Strategy Officer Scott Wheeler, and VP of EMEA Sales Patrick Malaperiman.
NetBrain’s Director of Software Engineering, Joey Cheng, discusses how our engineering team is tackling complex problems to provide deep visualization and automation solutions for the world's largest and most complex networks.
In honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ve put together a few handy tips on how to avoid becoming the network turkey. While many may enjoy it at the family dinner table, nobody wants to be the turkey at work, causing disruptions for their coworkers and organization.