Network Automation Tools To Offset the Tech Talent Shortage

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As enterprise networks grow more complex, there’s a rising need for highly-specialized engineers to implement and maintain these complicated architectures. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a global recession, and other world events beyond an organization’s control, it can be very difficult to recruit and retain these specialists. In fact, many companies are currently relying on smaller IT teams than usual to manage their vital network infrastructure. According to Gartner research, the tech talent shortage is one of the biggest barriers to the adoption of emerging technology like network automation.

However, network automation tools can actually help understaffed organizations ensure the continued availability and performance of enterprise networks by streamlining workflows and reducing manual intervention. In this blog, we’ll discuss how four different types of network automation tools can be used to solve major problems caused by the tech talent shortage.

Problem Solution You lack the staff required to efficiently deploy, monitor, and manage network configurations. Automated network configuration management solutions like SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager (NCM) and Micro Focus Network Automation Software. You need to extend DevOps automation to networking without purchasing additional solutions or

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