With the end of the year nearly upon us, the editors at Solutions Review thought now is the time to reflect upon our coverage of container security. Enterprises can find securing network management confusing and complex. We work to make selecting the right solution easier through our extensive container security articles.
DevOps focuses more intently on the cultural shift. Without a cultural change, DevOps related tools wouldn’t be as effective. NetOps behaves differently, though, as tools are the driving force of what makes it efficient. Tools bring about the cultural change more than the cultural change brings tools. Network performance monitoring tools, for example, make this NetOps shift possible.
Networks are bound to grow in complexity, in a way that might be hard to cohesively define. As they continue to grow, they’ll also become more intertwined with business success. So how do enterprises prepare for such a dramatic shift? It doesn’t have to be difficult, it comes down to using the right tools and having knowledge of network expansion. Many companies would be fine to simply utilize a network monitoring solution. IT teams gain the ability to see what’s happening on the edge at any given time, and they also alert you to irregularities. Think of it as your first line of defense against network problems.
Machine learning is in its earlier stages and figuring out where it’s going to thrive is exciting. We’ve seen a glimpse of its full potential. It’s clear that monitoring is one of the first areas that it will be integrated for enterprises. Some network monitoring companies have already implemented it into their services to some extent. Beyond this though, even analyst house Gartner Inc. considers machine learning an integral part of application monitoring.