Architecting for Massive Scale Network Automation & Monitoring

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This is the last blog in our multi-part “Massive Scale” series. In previous blogs, we covered the scalability aspects of each ATOM function (workflow automation, service orchestration, and compliance and analytics). We walked through various customer case studies that focused on ATOM’s automation and monitoring capabilities for large networks. In this final piece, we will […]

Massive Scale Compliance Enforcement and Analytics with Anuta ATOM

Massive scale compliance and analytics

This is the fourth blog post in our “Massive Scale” series. The previous posts focused on the scalability of Workflow Automation and Service Orchestration. We also discussed the importance of massive scale automation and Anuta Networks ATOM’s capabilities. This blog post will emphasize ATOM’s scale for compliance, monitoring and analytics. Massive Scale Compliance Management Administrators […]

Massive Scale Service Orchestration with Anuta ATOM

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This third blog post in the “Massive Scale” series will focus on the scalability of service orchestration. In our previous blog posts, we touched upon the importance of massive scale networking as well as the scalable workflow automation capabilities of Anuta Networks ATOM. Service orchestration and lifecycle management are some of the most commonly used […]

Massive Scale Workflow Automation with Anuta ATOM

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This is the second blog post in the “Massive Scale” series. In the previous blog post, we touched upon the importance of a massive networking scale and how each ATOM functionality has been designed with scale in mind. This blog will examine the scale of Anuta ATOM workflow automation. New networking technologies have fed a […]

Massive Scale Network Automation & Monitoring with Anuta ATOM

Massive Scale Automation & Monitoring

Service provider and enterprise networks will have to scale to meet increasing demands. The Cisco VNI 2018 Report predicts that by 2022, 4.8 zettabytes of IP traffic will be consumed each year – nearly three times the traffic generated in 2017 and 11 times that of 2013. Given this unrelenting growth, it is no surprise […]