Automated Network Configuration, Intent-based Workflow

WIth you can quickly understand what’s happening with your network, and increase network automation, saving time on configuration changes. Even non-IT experts can utilize the built-in workflow scenarios without any knowledge of firewall rules, routing rules or any other network configurations. Use to easily set up any type of connectivity fabric for services such as IoT access, video, compliance, backup, SW upgrade, audit, security and troubleshooting. Here are some use cases:


Easily Clone Networks

Setting up a new network can take hundreds and even thousands of small device configurations of routers, switches, firewalls and more. In many cases, the new network is actually a copy or clone of another one you’ve already set up, so why not copy-paste? Moreover, it can be done to multiple sites at once, enabling scalability.

Many administrators create and use automation scripts for the purpose of updating these multiple devices and networks, but scripts require expertise to create, execute and maintain. NetOp takes the pain out of cloning networks. Its intent-based workflow automation lets you automate network setups or updates, you literally copy-paste and you have the option to make configuration changes if necessary. So quit the scripts and checklists and let do the heavy lifting of device management for you.


Backup and Track Network Configurations

It’s crucial to maintain a configuration backup of your network devices in case of disaster recovery or to roll back from a manual misconfiguration. However these backups are typically generated through manual work, complex scripts, or a dedicated backup software solution. You can eliminate these awkward methods and simply use to backup all of your networks. It handles multi-tenancy, as well as multiple fabrics. Regardless of the type of cloud-managed network equipment you use, can take on your backup needs.

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Easy Configuration Management

WIth, every time you setup or configure any device, the changes are centrally logged in the network configuration manager, so if you need to backtrack, you simply roll-back and restore. Configuration updates of network devices no longer need complicated scripts, and can be done by any business person, with minimal to no IT background.