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Why Visibility and Automation Matter

February 24, 2016 — by Prakash Sinha0

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In today’s virtualized world, organizations are looking for a single pane of glass – for visibility to user, application and network health, real-time status and performance data that is relevant. Why is this important? And how does this tie into orchestration and automation?

When provisioning applications and network infrastructure on-demand, particular attention is required when responses are slowing down, so proactive monitoring is critical. It’s important to know when an application is not meeting its SLA requirements or security attacks may be impacting application performance. AND it’s important to know these issues before they become a business disruption.

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Orchestrating and Automating My Holiday Shopping

December 29, 2015 — by Frank Yue1

This holiday season, I purchased most of my gifts online.  The process was easy and informative every step of the way.  From browsing the items and pictures on the various websites to checking out and tracking the shipments, everything was automated and coordinated.  I had to do little but sit and relax with all the time that I would have spent driving from store to store and fighting the holiday crowds.

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The History of the Cloud, Part 3 – Automation and Orchestration

November 18, 2015 — by Frank Yue3

We designed and implemented SLB and GSLB technologies to create an architecture that makes applications available anytime and anywhere.  This was a key step to the virtualization of the application infrastructure.  The physical location of the servers and datacenters became less important as we used these technologies to enable optimal access to the application.

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Why Every Network Needs a Doctor

October 20, 2015 — by Frank Yue0

Every year, I go to my doctor for my annual physical.  My doctor goes through a standard series of procedures every time.  He asks me questions about my diet and my general physical well-being.  He puts his cold stethoscope to my chest and listens to my heart and breathing.  He checks my blood pressure and heart rate.  His lab technician takes samples of blood for tests to collect information related to organs like my liver and pancreas.  He may even request tests depending on what he has learned during the exam. Later, my doctor follows up to discuss the results.