Organizations need a modern network management approach to deal with critical pain and scale to gain visibility into network vitals and achieve Day-2 management outcomes. Industry indicators project data-related obstacles to jump exponentially over the next few years. Accelerating trends of ‘always on’ and ‘always connected’ edge devices (IoT, 5G, and switches), multi-data center (on-premises and cloud), multi-vendor solutions, and commoditized hardware – bring countless resource challenges to the CIO, CISO, and executive roles. Excessive training, configuration, API management, risk and compliance conformance are making it brutally difficult on network operations’ teams to keep pace.
Effective network traffic tools, critical device insight with relevant dashboards, and provisioning capabilities need to be dramatically improved and moved to a dynamic and cloud-enabled framework. Unfortunately, the solutions available today are not cost-effective and do not deliver the business outcomes required. Most use legacy methods and older architectures that lack required visibility, affordable consumption, accurate/real-time traffic monitoring of vitals, or filtered/prudent data log ingestion needed for the enterprise. As a result, capital and operational costs are massively out of control.
Multi-vendor support and scale! Constant probing of networking equipment to get vitals, use of connectors, and agents to collect information or sending excessive amounts of log data from all the devices to a system for visual decision making is not a viable approach moving forward.
Executives need technology to deliver strong economic returns. Switchnomix provides maximum visibility, network optimization, security, compliance, and minimization of cost. All must be achieved while meeting the exponential data acceleration challenges.
Switchnomix is a modern and agile approach that can transform your Day-2 network operations’ capabilities.
Target audience: Enterprises, Branch office, and Campus segments
Industry: Internet, Computer Networking (Ex. Cisco)