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The Evolution of Network Operations


When I first began this post, my thinking revolved around the translation problems of a declarative approach to network operation, but having only procedural interfaces to work with. Further thought dismissed that assumption and led to thinking about how declarative models evolve to meet …


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Am I Automating Myself Out of a Job?


Is our contribution measured by what we’re doing or how we’re doing it? Are we providing value or are we just getting caught up in what’s exciting? How do we ensure that we’re seen as contributing despite appearing to be less busy? Do our …



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Seeing the Big Picture: Give Me All of the Data


The collection of operational and and analytics information can be an addictive habit, especially in the case of an interesting and active network. However, this information can quickly and easily overwhelm an aggregation system when the constant fire hose of information begins. Assuming the …




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Viewing the Network as an Ecosystem


Many of us have or currently operate in a stovepipe or silo IT environment. For some, this may just be a way of professional life. But regardless of how the organizational structure is put together, having a wide and full understanding of any environment …



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The Complexity Conundrum


The person I mentioned in my last two blog posts was back, and I didn’t even bother asking them why. Honestly, I wasn’t sure whether they were here for the technical descriptions or the creative analogies, but I gave the next one my best shot. …



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