automation Tag

The time has come for IT to once again dive into the world of homegrown automation for running their networks. Network teams have a love/hate relationship with automation, and have had for decades. Time after time, they have tentatively extended the reach of automation, working with...

How can enterprises succeed in transforming a legacy network infrastructure into an agile engine for a true digital transformation? John Burke, Nemertes Principal Analyst, will share industry trends and Niraj Jain, COO of Pica8, will walk you through the journey. The keys to transforming “This Old...

Digital transformation relies first and foremost on responsiveness to changing needs and conditions. In order to meet the challenges of digital transformation, IT needs to embrace automation at every level--and in order to do that, IT needs to approach automation differently than it has in...

We are big fans of the SD-WAN revolution (although looking forward to the time when we stop thinking of SD-WAN as something new and different and start thinking of it as table stakes for WAN edge connectivity). One of the big benefits of rolling SD-WAN...

Everybody Automates Whether it's Perl or Python or PowerShell,  bash or Ruby or Salt, scripts and recipes are everywhere. And, they are layered: scripts run other scripts, sometimes many layers deep (and sometimes recursively!), or runbook automation tools from the likes of IBM or BMC run...

People have been claiming to have a private cloud for six or seven years, even though (as we discussed recently here) they didn't and don't, really. Why don't they have a private cloud yet? Private Cloud is Hard To be their own Amazon Web Services (or Microsoft Azure, or...