Until recently, IT teams used manual network tools and a reactive approach to network emergencies. MSPs and large multi-site enterprises can no longer afford the costs and loss of productivity due to unreliable networks. Realizing the need for a proactive approach to network operations, at NetOp we developed our AI-powered, end-to-end solution to keep critical business networks healthy. Unlike other network management tools, our AIOps SaaS solution predicts, recommends and takes action to remediate network issues as they arise. These actions can be configuration changes on network equipment, or recommendations for the NOC or IT manager, depending on the company’s policy regarding automation.
Our management team and advisors bring together expertise in networking, SaaS, AI and automation.
A serial entrepreneur, Bibi brings more than 20 years of CEO experience to NetOp, including at Kryon systems, a leader in Robotic Process Automation, and Personeta, a Sequoia and Cisco invested networking company (later acquired by SmartCall), which he also co-founded. At Kryon, Bibi grew revenue from nothing to millions of dollars in the first year of selling the machine-learning automation platform to global enterprises. He also founded Armon Networking (later acquired by Nortel), and served as VP Cloud at the telecommunication company Amdocs. As a revenue and innovation leader for high-growth companies, Bibi has a successful track record of transforming start-ups into industry leaders.
Doron is an innovator who combines business and technical points of view with his deep knowledge of networking, specifically cloud engineering. Earlier in his career, he was the CEO of ComAbility, which was later acquired by Ruckus (which was then acquired by Brocade and then ARRIS). There, Doron founded the Ruckus Cloud initiative, which defined systems and network architectures for a globally-available solution for Wi-Fi, LTE and switching management, and as second to the CTO at Ruckus, he defined emerging products and solutions for enterprises in the SD-WAN, Cloud network security, 5G, IoT and hybrid networking spaces. He lives and breathes network architecture and has grown startups from concept to acquisition, in addition to managing global engineering teams.
Igor has more than 20 years of experience in architecting, designing and developing large-scale systems including cloud-based management systems. From lead architect at Huawei, Software Manager at Neebula (Service Now), Radware, ComAbiity /Ruckus Networks, Igor’s expertise in R&D management will spur NetOp’s AIOps market disruption as the solution and teams evolve.
For NetOp, Michael utilizes his knowledge regarding the design and analysis of practical network architectures and has been instrumental in developing the multi-layered learning model of the company’s analytics and insights generation capabilities. His years of research at Google, Princeton, Yale and UC Berkeley have earned him many prestigious awards, including from Microsoft and Google. Founder of the startup Compira Labs, Michael is also a professor in Computer Science, and co-leads the Fraunhofer Cybersecurity Center at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.