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Understanding and Determining the Value of Network Automation for Small Regional and Campus Networks

Time 09/28/16 03:50PM-04:10PM

Room Trianon

Session Abstract

What do “smaller" research and education networks and individual campus networks stand to gain from implementing current network automation strategies and tools? Are there significant efficiencies or is the network automation wave more “hype" for these types of smaller institutions? Hear one regional network’s successes and challenges along the path of deploying various network automation with relatively small and/or outsourced staff and support. Also discussed will be the experiences of working with diverse member constituencies to increase awareness about the possible proposed value of network automation and how regionals can assist smaller schools down the network automation path, too.

Speakers

Speaker Michael Carey KINBER (Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education & Research)

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Understanding and Determining the Value of Network Automation for Small Regional and Campus Networks

Speaker Michael Carey KINBER (Keystone Initiative for Network Based Education & Research)

Primary track Advanced Networking

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