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Mark your calendars: “Introducing the Network Operations Management Suite from Micro Focus” webinar

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NNMi and NA customers are abuzz about the new Micro Focus Network Operations Management (NOM) Suite, which launched in August.

To help users understand how this suite can help them tackle their challenges, we are hosting a webinar where you can ask your toughest questions. This webinar is your opportunity to get valuable technical information from the product managers and hear the stories behind the innovations. NNMi and NA customers will find this especially useful as NOM is the consolidated future of these two products, and is a great opportunity to extend your implementation from/to Operations or Engineering.

Recent research shows that network engineering teams are spending increasing amounts of time investigating security issues. As a result, they have less time to  triage and resolve general network incidents. On the other side of the house, more is being asked of Operations staff—and they are being stretched thin to meet these demands. Consistent tools are needed to encourage these teams to work together. In addition, new disruptive software-driven network technologies are coming out of companies’ testing labs and into production this year. All of this points to increased strain on network teams.

The reasons above are just the tip of the iceberg as to why improving collaboration between network operations and engineering teams is becoming a major focus for today’s leading enterprises. These teams face a complex, moving target; but unfortunately, are often armed with only a disparate collection of management tools—all with little or no integration. Network teams deal with equipment outages, slowdowns, security breaches, inability to reach resources, access denials, and other issues that can be caused by anything from a bad connection to devious hackers. Over 50 percent of companies are still having difficulty in their initial triage step to determine IF the cause of down or degraded services is attributed to the network.

To address these challenges, Micro Focus has added a fifth suite to the ITOM portfolio—the Network Operations Management Suite(NOM).  NOM not only combines the functionality of Network Node Manager i (NNMi) and Network Automation (NA), but also delivers combined use-cases for the NOCs and Engineer teams.  NOM represents our path toward unified management of multi-vendor, software defined and virtual networks, transitioning from today’s traditional physical devices.

Join our live Vivit webinar on September 19th @9am PT, titled - Introducing the Network Operations Management Suite from HPE/Micro Focus to learn more.

During this webinar you will gain an in-depth understanding of:

  • Enhanced workflows across Ops and Engineering, designed to drive productivity and reduce incident MTTR (Mean-Time-To-Remedy)
  • New capabilities and content enhancements for both the suite and individual products
  • New licensing models to enable upgrades at an average of half the cost of a la carte purchases

Delivering this presentation are senior Micro Focus technical and marketing managers:

  • Joe Reves - Product Manager with decades of experience in network design, delivery and services.
  • Brian Kaplan – Product Manager with focus in network configuration management and compliance
  • Jon Kies – Product Marketing Manager whose background includes monitoring, security and hardware manufacturing


Register for this webinar here.

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