Regular posts on specific StableNet® topics from a sales, techie, or marketing perspective
Cloud monitoring is the process carried out to control and supervise the correct functioning of any network or file hosted in the cloud infrastructure. To make such cloud monitoring run smoothly and seamlessly, companies often implement monitoring programs across their entire cloud infrastructure, one of which is StableNet.
Get to know our Partner Datanet Systems – The biggest Cisco Gold Partner in Romania.
Welcome back to the second of a four-part series on how monitoring and tagging can be used in StableNet® for more automation possibilities.
An interview about how Infosim partner Zoracom found success in the african market in Cybersecurity, Cloud, Network and Service Management.
Quick wrap up on what happened in the Infosim Research Department last year and what the topics are that will be looked at in 2022.
An interview about how Infosim partner Frequentis uses StableNet® as a core part of their Advanced Network Management Solution (ANMS)
It’s autumn. As days become shorter and evenings longer, it is the perfect time to issue another series of blog posts. This is the first of a set of four posts that will look at – amongst numerous closely related things – StableNet® implementations for monitoring automation.
Take a look at how our Director of Marketing describes consolidation and integration in Network Management. See where they overlap, how they differ and why the terms are important for StableNet®.
In his first blog posting our new Partner Communications Manager writes about Important vendor-related relationship factors and how we will achieve significant improvements for cooperations with our partners.
This is the third part of a three-part blog series that will be looking into the specific challenges and opportunities that Telcos are currently facing with managing their ever-evolving network infrastructures.
Whilst the market considers “network configuration and change management” (NCCM) an equivalent to “network automation”, the StableNet® platform provides a much wider application framework which offers automations for discovery, inventory creation, and configuration change.
This is the second part of a three-part blog series that will be looking into the specific challenges and opportunities that Telcos are currently facing with managing their ever-evolving network infrastructures.
Network Automation starts with discovery to build the inventory baseline as a foundation and everything else proceeds from there. Let’s have a look at some automated discovery use cases.
This is the first part of the “Outside Contributions” blog series that will be looking into the Telco market with our long term Partner KedronUK.
Part 1: Key Challenges for today’s Telco Network & Service Management – Closing service gaps between Telco and Enterprise management requirements
This is the first part of a three-part blog series that will be looking into the specific challenges and opportunities that Telcos are currently facing with managing their ever-evolving network infrastructures.
Networks are never static. A common theory suggests an approach that consists of “plan, build, run” but the reality in operations is that the focus is more on configure, monitor and troubleshoot.
Rebranding offers a great opportunity to strengthen the company’s presence and image in the eyes of the customers. The areas which are rebuilt can vary, and the same is true for the reasons to change the branding in the first place. For StableNet®, one reason was a change in our strategy.
Without any doubt, multi-faceted automation tasks cannot be uniformally covered with a “one size fits it all” solution. In other words, each firm must establish focused priorities and functional compromises in order to develop the foundation for a successful network automation solution.
We face three primary types of competition, for various possible customers in the NMS arena. The customer types range from enterprises that need to secure the health of their network for production purposes to Telcos that require service assurance for the network services that they provide to their clients, and anything in-between.
As it has been nearly a year since Dr. David Toumajian first joined Infosim® as the Director of Marketing, we wanted to ask him a few questions about his experience at the company and some of the key initiatives that the marketing department has been working on during that time.
In March of 2021, Infosim® began working on a new joint research project called “Project AI-NET-PROTECT”. Together with leading AI research institutes, universities and technology companies from all across Europe, our company will be researching new possibilities for providing resilient and secure networks to critical infrastructures.
Our network automation blog series puts a spotlight on the underlying automation eco-system and its associated challenges. With ever increasing amounts of endpoints and growing technology complexity, the drive towards network automation has been around for a long time in the telecommunications industry.
Learn more about how StableNet® fits into the overall structure of IoT and Secure Device Onboarding (SDO) in part one of our Internet of Things blog series.
Flow data can be one of the best tools a network engineer can use to track down issues. Flow data can be used for a variety of troubleshooting tasks, including: Network performance, capacity planning, security audits and more. In this article, we will explore flow (NetFlow, IPFIX, SFlow…) and then see how to analyze that data with StableNet®.
With the release of StableNet 8.3 this summer, Infosim® has continued to improve and expand its award-winning unified network management platform. As with all new releases, these versions include some bug fixes and general improvements. In this blog post I am going to take you through the main new features of StableNet® in the 8.3.x LTS (Long Term Support) releases.
When StableNet® version 8.0 was released in the beginning of 2017, one of the biggest changes to the tool was the new tag feature. Tagging completely changed the way elements within StableNet® can be classified, organized, filtered, and generally operated on. In my mind, this was a giant leap forward for the product and huge benefit to our customers.
This blog looks at the need for an automated NCCM solution to address security concerns, and the main features that one should look for in an NCCM solution.
Configuration management involves identifying the configuration of a firewall system at given points in time, systematically controlling changes to the configuration, and maintaining the integrity and traceability of the configuration throughout the lifecycle.
At Infosim®, we like to talk about how StableNet® can be a central part of a zero-touch automation solution. What we mean is that by using the advanced Discovery, NCCM, and Integration features native to StableNet®, an organization can go from initial turn-up to final accepted configuration in a completely hands-off way using only StableNet® and other integrated platforms to plan, configure, test, and manage IT devices.
Next to making StableNet® even better, we are working towards an omni-channel experience for our Unified Network and Management Solution. For those who haven’t encountered this buzzword yet, it is simply to say that one can get the experience from every possible channel. Obviously, new channels are popping very fast these days. We have focused on integrating three main channels that have recently gained particular relevance.