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“Replacing manual processes with Automated NCCM tools that monitor and control physical network device configurations will improve staff efficiency, reduce risk and network outages.
– Gartner’s Market Guide to Network Automation.
Opmantek has been named a leader in Gartner’s ‘Market Guide to Network Automation’ three consecutive years.
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What is Operational Process Automation?
Operational Process Automation (OPA) delivers process automation specifically to IT and network operations teams. By leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning abilities, OPA goes beyond basic RPA capabilities to carry out advanced analysis and troubleshooting tasks.
What is Robotic Process Automation?
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the technology that allows software to complete human actions that complete a business process, using a computer system. It will absorb data, action responses and communicate with other systems to complete tasks as instructed, improving the efficiency, accuracy and productivity of work teams.
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What can Process Automation assist with?
Opmantek Software serves to augment a network engineering or system administration role. As well as emulating actions that network engineers take within a network management system, it can also perform advanced maintenance tasks, assist in the interpretation of network data and communicate effectively with other digital systems in order to categorise, resolve and escalate potential network issues. Ultimately OPA is about improving the Mean Time to Resolve and driving down the cost of delivery.
Intent Based Networking Solutions
The continued validation that your business intent and your network configurations are always aligned. Constant monitoring allows your organization to extend the automation to include new developments while reducing the time of implemention.
Move your organization away from a device-configuration-centric view and replace it with a standardised policy view, increasing the predictability and stability of your network.
Network automation tools can easily manage your individual nodes, they can also programmatically control your network elements based on monitored conditions.
Network Configuration and Change Management
The discovery and documentation of your physical network infrastructure seeking any changes compared to a gold standard or any conditions that raise alerts.
Simplify Your Network
Simplify the setup, configuration, patching, backup and extension of your network.
Lower maintenance and service costs
Lower the maintenance and service costs due to operational equipment being managed equally and efficiently.
Why should you implement Process Automation?
Process Automation is about getting the right systems in place to automate repetitive tasks to improve efficiency and ensure consistency within teams. Ultimately, automating your network is about improving the Mean Time to Resolution and driving down the cost of delivery, this occurs because of the following advantages of automation:
- Automation allows you to get data when faults occur.
- You can use all data better, link data to information and knowledge.
- Automate the identification of key operational issues.
- Automate the troubleshooting of known/recurring problems.
- Link known problems with known corrective actions and automate the resolution.
- Enable the transfer of knowledge from experienced staff to less experienced staff.
- Ensure consistent problem diagnosis and resolution.
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