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Intent based network- & service automation, an engineering approach with easy OSS integration

18/11/2016, by Wim Gerrits   In my last blog, I explained why automating networks doesn’t have to be scary. I showed you how to centralise all your multi vendor configuration- & OS changes and how to use variable substitution, templates, conditionals and relationships to standardize and automate. For this, you simply use the ‘Operate’ tools within the […]

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Why automating networks doesn’t have to be scary.

28/10/2016, by Matt Conrad & Wim Gerrits   There seems to be a common fear amongst network engineers when talking about network automation. In itself this is understandable as network engineers understand the complexities and diversities of networking as no other. But if you adopt the approach that netYCE offers you, there is really nothing to […]

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Automating Networks – Stop talking about technology!

30/09/2016. Even with all the buzz and hype over the last few years circulating network automation, only few companies seem to realize the true benefits of proper end-to-end network automation from both a business and technology standpoint. Looking closer, there is a crucial topic not addressed in the many discussions on network automation. It gets kicked to […]

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Taking SDN to the next level?

 <28th October 2013, by Wim Gerrits>   A lot has been said and written on Software Defined Networking and it’s great to see networking finally taking a step to mature. After 25 years of vendor specific, proprietary solutions and CLI variations, it’s big step forward to see  vendors move to standards as to how to communicate […]

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Why start a blog (company) on network automation?

<21st October 2013, by Wim Gerrits>   Why indeed one may ask start a blog on network automation. But the better question actually is; why start a network automation company? Because that’s what got me started in the first place. To answer this, I have to take you back to the year 2000, when I […]

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