Itential Enables DevOps & NetOps Teams with Launch of Developer Hub

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A recent press release reports, “Itential®, the leader in intelligent network automation, today announced at ONUG Spring 2019 the launch of its Developer Hub, providing powerful tools and resources to enable DevOps and NetOps teams to simplify and accelerate the move toward software-driven, programmable networks through modern automation and agile network operations. According to Gartner, only 30% of network operations teams will be able to fully realize the benefits of investments made in automation solutions due to the lack of adequate skills. Itential believes this automation gridlock is due to the existing fragmented landscape of network automation tools, which are complex and require a steep learning curve and specialized skillsets to operate and maintain. Itential aims to simplify network automation by providing easy-to-use tools and technologies that democratize the skills needed to collaborate on automation and enable organizations to accelerate network operations faster than ever before.”

The release goes on, “Itential’s Developer Hub provides powerful tools for rapid development and deployment of network automations to enable IT Operations and Network Engineering teams to jump start any network automation project through: (1) Open & Extensible Library of Pre-Built Adapters – Avoid integration complexity with a single Network API. Itential provides out-of-the box adapters and custom-built integrations to connect your IT & Cloud applications and configurations tools with network technologies to provide comprehensive automation across a complex network. (2) Auto-Generation of Custom Adapters – Easily build your own custom integrations on the fly and seamlessly connect disparate systems such as IT Service Management, inventory, analytics and orchestration tools with Itential’s Adapter Builder. Extend your applications and support any integration for true end-to-end automation across multi-domain networks.”

Read more at itential.com.

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