NetBrain PDAS’ TAF allows instantaneous response to ITSM service events, typically long before operators and engineers get involved. NetBrain TAF shifts the operational paradigm from human-centric to automation-centric while further reducing MTTR and providing significant savings at scale.
NetBrain provides out-of-the-box integration with ServiceNow and other popular ITSM solutions, via an API, to trigger NetBrain Network Intent Cluster to create NetBrain incident which contains a map for problem device and diagnosis result. And, this information also will be returned to the ITSM tool.
You can integrate NetBrain DVT with 24×7 monitoring solutions such as Solar Winds and Splunk to visually document the results of the monitoring solution as a Dynamic Map.
This seamless integration and visual representation of the problem accelerates troubleshooting by acting as a single pane of glass.
RedHat Ansible is popular provisioning, orchestration, and application deployment tool used by many different teams. NetBrain has native support for Redhat Ansible. Users can leverage the Runbook Ansible Task node to define and execute an Ansible playbook, perform dry runs of the procedure and record the execution results. Most Ansible users will use SCM (Source Code Management) systems, such as Git, to manage and sync with existing playbooks with the password or token authentication.
You can integrate NetBrain with data analysis and AIOps tools to enable a NetBrain user to easily search data from these tools and display it on a NetBrain Dynamic Map.