Network automation is hard. Whether you are just getting started or well on your way along the automation journey, identifying reasons projects fail and knowing how to avoid them will drive success and business results.
In order for organizations to keep up with the rapid growth of new technologies and complex workloads, IT & network teams have to automate. However, time and time again projects fail due to a variety of pitfalls from starting with the wrong use case or automating in silos to failing to invest in automation skills development or even choosing the right tool for the job.
In this eBook, uncover 8 common reasons network automation projects fail and how to avoid these potential pitfalls and start realizing success from network automation.