Automating the Cloud, Post Covid-19 Network Traffic & the Guide to Network Management
Week of June 15, 2020
How Automation Can Bridge the Gap Between Cloud and Network Teams
In the past, distinct Cloud and NetOps groups have made a lot of sense as the skillsets and requirements for these two teams have historically been very different. The evolution of the Cloud market to a highly distributed set of services has created a need to either merge these teams together or provide a common platform to facilitate the integration and automation needs for the digitally-transformed enterprise.
Network Traffic Pattern Shifts Reflect COVID-19 Changes
The current coronavirus pandemic crisis will alter network traffic patterns and accelerate underlying trends toward wireless, mobile and cloud-based systems. Already, we have seen a surge in remote access and core internet traffic, as well as a massive reduction in campus traffic, as the majority of the workforce is at home.
Ultimate Guide to Network Management in the Enterprise
Network management is a cornerstone of IT that helps ensure that enterprises run efficiently and effectively end to end. In recent years, network administration and management, which includes provisioning, security and optimization, have become greatly automated and have started to incorporate advanced technologies.
Network Automation & Orchestration: The Answer To Business Continuity
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven companies worldwide to take precautionary measures such as travel bans and enforcing work-from-home policies for employees. But the restrictions are directed at people, not business itself. Most enterprises are digital, offering Web-based applications and services to both employees and customers. As long as the applications work well, it’s business as usual.
Are Legacy WAN Routers Putting Your Cloud Transformation at Risk?
Today’s rapid transition to the cloud is unprecedented in the history of technology. Not only has the move been rapid, but it’s also had a powerful impact on our entire modern society. Digital resources and critical data are available at the touch of a screen. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications enable transactions that were unthinkable just a few years ago, and the cloud enables them to evolve at a rate that can keep pace with user and digital marketplace demands.