Productivity levels of network engineers hinge heavily on the speed and efficiency with which they can respond to dynamic network conditions. The drag-and-drop functionality of low-code automation framework enables administrators to rapidly create and modify use-cases and respond to changing environments without any latency or process-halts. Low-code automation optimizes automation efficiency by integrating with third-party network elements easily using open APIs.
Managing security effectively is critical for any organisation. The ever-changing landscape of government and organisational regulations also require enterprises to stay on their toes with frequent modifications and enhancements to security policies. Low-code automation provides an easy and intuitive interface to define and update security and compliance policies such as HIPAA, SOX, PCI and other apt organisational policies. It allows administrators to implement changes quickly to be well prepared to address any threats. It makes compliance less of a to-do list and more of a simultaneous outcome that runs parallel to other network goals.
That’s the point of every IT and business investment, after all, right? Yes, Low-code automation frameworks help in monitoring and enforcing baseline network behaviour and SLA requirements. By abstracting the underlying complexity, this automation enables administrators to adapt to a lot of dynamic network needs. This unprecedented flexibility and agility of low-code automation framework helps to reduce network errors and MTTR considerably. It all comes together eventually in the form of a truly-enhanced and extraordinary customer experience
Costs lurk in places that are hard to spot and imagine. But smart automation shines a torch on all possible areas of unnecessary flab. Low-code automation enables network architects and operators to create and deploy new use-cases easily. Low-code framework reduces time to configure and accelerates application deployment. Administrators can quickly modify compliance policies and harden security rapidly. As you apply low-code automation, you also start eliminating tedious manual tasks and you begin motivating administrators to work on higher-level strategic tasks. All of these factors, in turn, help in reducing operating costs – and very significantly.
Networks are critical and complex. A small misstep could lead to significant loss of revenue and reputation. ATOM workflow’s pre-checks and post-checks help maintain network sanity.
OS Upgrades are time-gobblers, error-prone and replete with tedious tasks when done manually. ATOM workflow helps to automate the entire method-of-procedure and provides a seamless upgrade.
ATOM workflow provides open APIs for a smooth integration. You can easily integrate with ticketing/billing or ITSM tools such as ServiceNow, BMC Remedy, Jira and others.
ATOM workflow automation is designed to audit each and every step. Network Forensics and root-cause-analysis become simpler due to the detailed logging mechanisms.
ATOM workflow automation integrates with 150+ devices across 45+ vendors.
ATOM workflow automation is a BPMN-compliant low-code framework. All workflows can be very easily created using a simple drag-and-drop utility. ATOM provides numerous out-of-box workflow templates to get you started quickly. You can use simple scripting to fine-tune the templates specific to your business workflow.
ATOM Workflow automation can be used for provisioning resources and responding to telemetry and analytics events to enforce a baseline behaviour. For e.g. Consider a network policy that states that the CPU of any router should not exceed 70%. ATOM workflow can integrate with ATOM Analytics and ATOM Closed-loop automation to constantly monitor and enforce this policy.
Service orchestration is provided by Anuta ATOM service model framework. ATOM service model framework provides complete end-to-end service management capabilities. It also ensures service compliance and enforces reconciliation on service policy violations. ATOM workflow automation seamlessly integrates with the service model framework to provide a comprehensive service lifecycle management.