It’s time to get your head (and your network) INTO the cloud
By Roger Boivin
Why Networks are Moving to the Cloud
Conventional telecom network management requires manually configuring, monitoring and troubleshooting individual devices. Cirries estimates that more than 90% of network outages are caused by human factors and more than 70% are caused by manual network changes. As networks continue their unimpeded growth, the risk of human error also increases exponentially.
The deployment of 5G is expected to exacerbate this deluge of network data to unprecedented levels that makes network management excellence unattainable by doing more of the same, only faster or by adding more people.
As a result, more companies are expected to make the shift to a cloud -based network to benefit from increased, efficiency, productivity, improved customer satisfaction, less operating expenses, and increased data security.
The benefits of a cloud or hybrid cloud solution
What is Needed to Monitor Network Performance in the Cloud?
Easing the need for additional experienced technicians
Moving to a cloud service eliminates the need to install and manage servers
Easy, anywhere access
Cloud computing allows access from home or any remote location using any device
Elasticity to match capacity to requirements
Cloud technology allows you to purchase additional storage instantly at any time
Full redundancy, easy recovery
Most cloud providers offer back up for recovery from any disaster
Much lower CAPEX and OPEX
While you are using a cloud server, you only pay for the capacity you use
Competitive advantage – better EBITDA
While your competitors struggle to keep up by continuing to augment their existing data centers, you are in a good position to compete.
100% Cloud Network Visibility
A solution that monitors all cloud-based network elements as well as your applications and traffic with machine learning and artificial intelligence to correlate all the data and then determine the cause of any anomaly and highlight the probable cause as shown below: