How much time do you spend managing your network today? Use network automation in designing, provisioning, and managing your network, for improved business efficiency.
Network automation is the process of automating the configuring, managing, testing, deploying, and operating of physical and virtual devices within a network. With everyday network tasks and functions automated and repetitive processes controlled and managed automatically, network service availability improves.
Any type of network can use network automation. Hardware- and software-based solutions enable data centers, service providers, and enterprises to implement network automation to improve efficiency, reduce human error, and lower operating expenses.
One of the biggest issues for network managers is the growth of IT costs for network operations. The growth of data and devices is starting to outpace IT capabilities, making manual approaches nearly impossible. Yet up to 95 percent of network changes are performed manually, resulting in operational costs 2 to 3 times higher than the cost of the network. Increased IT automation, centrally and remotely managed, is essential for businesses to keep pace in the digital world.
Up to 95 percent of network changes today are done manually.
Manual changes lead to configuration errors and inconsistencies in the network.
Expanding network changes at scale can be problematic.
Network downtime and nonremote troubleshooting time are detrimental.
With network automation, you'll quickly and easily design, provision, and apply policy across your network. And in your journey to automation, you choose the path and the pace. Work with existing network and policy definitions, migrate as fast or slow as you'd like, or start from scratch.
Whatever your path, the Cisco Customer Experience team can help you strategize, deploy, and manage your network.
Inventory, discovery, topology, and site design.
Network deployment standardization with design profiles and site-based application policies.
Plug-and-play provisioning, branch virtualization, and software image management.
Automating upgrades, patches, and security updates and executing on Cisco DNA Assurance enhancements.
From programmable infrastructure, to single-pane of glass management and common policy for data center operations, Cisco provides network automation tools to seamlessly move apps and data between on-premises data centers and clouds.
Cisco's intent-based, closed-loop automation portfolio offers service providers comprehensive solutions for full-lifecycle network management to improve agility, scalability, operational excellence, and customer experience.
Only Cisco can deliver everything you need in such a way that helps position your network for now and later. Cisco gives IT time back from time-consuming, repetitive network configuration tasks so you can focus on the innovation your business needs.
Cisco offerings are made to work together to provide you with the elements you need for network automation.
Migrate at a pace that makes you comfortable. Import your former work on device mapping and policies.
Software defines how our hardware, software, fabric digital automation, and nonfabric base automation work together.
Only Cisco can deliver IBNs that leverage automation, intelligence, and human expertise in such a way that helps simplify complexity, optimize IT, and reduce operational costs.