Heavy Networking 501: Automating Incident Response With NetBrain (Sponsored)

Heavy Networking from Packet Pushers show

Summary: Is network automation just provisioning of equipment?<br> That’s what most of us think of, but there’s more to the story. Anything within the scope of networking where we can reduce manual process falls under the umbrella of automation.<br> Our sponsor today is <a href="https://www.netbraintech.com/packetpushers/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">NetBrain</a>, and we’re going to discuss network automation from the standpoint of fixing problems–how a tool that deeply understands network topology can help you get to the bottom of a ticket without you having to query interfaces device by device while you troubleshoot.<br> Joining us from NetBrain are Jason Baudreau, VP of Marketing and Chris Villemez, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer.<br> We discuss:<br> <br> * NetBrain’s roots in dynamic network mapping as an alternative to static diagrams<br> * The role of dynamic mapping in automation, SDN, and cloud<br> * How NetBrian builds a model of the network<br> * Tying the network map to incident response to reduce Mean Time To Identify (MTTI)<br> * How MTTI ties in to and speeds MTTR<br> * Customer use cases<br> * More<br> <br> Show Links:<br> <a href="https://www.netbraintech.com/packetpushers/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">NetBrain</a><br>