“HOW TO DOUBLE YOUR NETOPS PRODUCTIVITY” WITHOUT WASTING TIME AND MONEY JUST BUYING TOOLS
Introducing NetOps 2.0 Transformation – The DIRE Methodology
For many years I’ve toyed with the idea of writing a book about NetOps Transformation. I’ve found myself with some free time over the last year to do just that. Expect the book to be out sometime in March 2021, available on iBooks and Amazon (TBD). Sign-up below to receive updates. Here’s a sample to […]
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In a previous blog we discussed Network Hygiene and Intent Based Verification. In this blog, we’ll discuss how this ties into network automation and NetOps 2.0. The punch line up front is that a NetOps Transformation to 2.0, is founded in applying automation to ensure your network intent is being maintained through automation. This means […]
In this blog we’ll explore what is driving the demands for documentation in today’s networks, and the high-level requirements Driving Forces: Compliance: HIPPA, SOX, PCI, and virtually every other compliance you may encounter, all have various requirements for documenting the current state of a network as it applies to specific applications and transmission of sensitive […]
I was chatting with a friend of mine who leads a network operations organization in Ottawa, Canada and he was mentioning how his company is finding it difficult to find qualified people. When he talked with his colleagues, they were all experiencing the same thing. At DIRE NetOps, we’ve been recognizing this trend for a […]
The reality is that Network Engineer’s aren’t able to keep up with documenting the networks, which feeds a continuous circle of preventable outages. These cost some companies millions of dollars per hour of outage, and sometimes it doesn’t stop when the problem is fixed
The challenge we often see is that there is all-purpose documentation which may not have the right amount of detail to ensure the NetOPs engineer can perform this isolation.