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January 26, 2018
This week, bloggers look into choosing the right network configuration software for an automation project, endpoint security and the future of SD-WAN as a stand-alone service.
April 21, 2010
Enterprises rely on networks to ferry sensitive data, leading to more stringent network compliance auditing responsibilities thrown at the feet of networking pros. Automated network configuration and change management (NCCM) tools can help scale an otherwise tiresome chore.
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Script management, intent-based systems and new strategies with network configuration tools are propelling a paradigm shift in the way that networks are managed. Continue Reading
Virtualization configuration and change management extend the demands on NCCM processes. Network virtualization change management requires a view of every virtual component. Server virtualization configuration management means mapping fluid VMs. Continue Reading
With network change and configuration management (NCCM), enterprises aim to standardize the way they implement network change without disturbing existing systems. That often means using NCCM tools to map and archive the entire network and its components. Continue Reading
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Network automation and network change and configuration management are crucial, but there are many methods to consider. Administrators can create their own scripting skills, rely on open source options, or pay for commercial support from their vendors. Continue Reading
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Script management systems and intent-based networking are driving the future of network configuration management tools, shifting the paradigm of how networking systems are managed. Continue Reading
The market for change management automation software is increasing, as networks become more complex and virtual. Continue Reading
Could network configuration management tools be IT administrators' best way to prepare for SDN? One observer says "yes." Continue Reading