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Workflow ubiquity: why vendors are so bad at enabling automation

Workflow ubiquity: why vendors are so bad at enabling automation

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It’s not that automation is not something that people see as important, but despite the desire, automation in networking has been an empty promise for decades. That said, every networking vendor has pitched some form of automation as part of their standard messaging for years. But the on-the-ground reality for the vast majority of people using this networking equipment is that automation is still a future, something that exists just beyond the horizon and never seems to get closer.
 
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To Climb the Automation Everest You Need Workflow Sherpas

To Climb the Automation Everest You Need Workflow Sherpas

workflow-sherpa.jpgWhat many people in the network world need is a workflow sherpa - someone to carry the automation load as they ascend the automation Everest so they can get a peak of the valley on the other side. Talking about the millionth step before having taken the first is premature and not extremely helpful.

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