All posts by: Dilip Krishna

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Simplify Datacenter Compliance with Anuta Networks ATOM

Data centers are at the foundation of any organization’s developmental strategy. However, over the past few years, they have evolved from traditional three-tier architecture to modern spine-and-leaf topologies and as a result, have introduced new complexities from a network overlay perspective. While this evolution has brought better scalability, the complexity of managing day-to-day network operations, […]

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Discover the power of ATOM’s Analytics & Telemetry

Organizations are clamoring for digital transformation. Emerging tech trends such as 5G, Internet of Things, and SD-WAN will also heavily tax today's networking infrastructure. Given the subsequent deluge of data and demand for ubiquitous uptime and availability, how will network operators cope? Improved visibility will certainly help given it’s the single biggest challenge for networking [...]
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Is ThrangryCat On Your Mind? Let Anuta ATOM Calm Your Fears!

What is ThrangryCat Vulnerability? Are there Cisco Systems devices on your network? If so, you should be aware of some recent news. Security firm Red Balloon discovered a severe vulnerability dubbed Thrangrycat that allows backdoor entry into your network via Cisco products that can create catastrophic damage to your organization’s network infrastructure. The vulnerability in [...]
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SD-WAN Simplified with Anuta ATOM Multi-Vendor Automation

Challenges with SD-WAN Implementations SD-WAN is making a mark in the service provider and enterprise markets. It is by far the most cost-effective and efficient way to route enterprise traffic to remote locations. However, service providers have an uphill task of SD-WAN automation. In a related post, I had discussed the 4 Questions to Answer [...]
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5 Real world use cases of Closed Loop Automation

80% of unplanned network outages occur annually due to a network configuration change. Only a mere 3% get rectified before they cause network disruptions. These disruptions also result in a loss of more than $46 million annually. Modern-day networks generate thousands of alerts per device resulting in a deluge of notifications, making pro-active management arduous. [...]