Networking & Communications

NetOps 2.0: Embrace Network Automation and Analytics to Stay Relevant in the Digital Business Era

Provided by Extreme Networks

Category Networking & Communications

Type White Paper

Length 15

Publish Date February 06 2017

Date posted September 11 2017

Overview

By 2020, lack of adequate skills will lead to only 30% of Network Operations (NetOps) teams able to fully realize the benefits of investments made in network analytics and automation solutions. Network Operations teams will require a significant skills shift to take advantage of advances in network automation and analytics and to meet the demands of digital business needs. This Gartner paper outlines how network operations needs to adapt to future technology and process demands, such as agile, DevOps, the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, and software-defined infrastructure.

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