By 2023, 60% of data center networking configuration activities will be automated, up from 30% in early 2020
-Gartner Market Guide for Network Automation and Orchestration Tools, Josh Chessman and Andrew Lerner, September 14, 2020.
Network automation is the key for organisations to transition and manage legacy networks in combination with next generation technologies. It's a bold statement, but it really goes well beyond the network.
We know automation is driving rapid change for organisations. The push towards tools designed more specifically around the network, (as opposed to traditional DevOps-focused tools) is the key to giving businesses far more potential to succeed.
The benefits include improved network agility, and an edge on tasks like incident management, reduction in staff resource for repetitive tasks, device control and above all, remediating vulnerability of the organisational environment.
At Fusion, we've looked beyond traditional tools for a way to automate and orchestrate multiple networks as a whole. Revolutionary multi-domain software from companies like Itential enables the federation of, automation and orchestration of Next Generation networks.
Network Automation and Optimisation (NA/O) tools have a three-fold focus on organisational optimisation, lowering of costs, and simplification. For us this means we're able to tailor an NA/O tool to each of our customers. Meeting these principles for faster, more agile and cheaper delivery of business processes.
Combining separate vendor specific devices and accessing all from a single point across your own network is the difference we are driving. The business outcomes are irrefutable. A drastic increase in agility and efficiency while lowering costs, reducing the impact of human error, and improving compliance.
It's a game changer.
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