Today's network operations teams will require a significant skills shift to take advantage of advances in network automation and analytics and to meet the demands of digital business needs. I&O leaders must champion a paradigm shift to NetOps 2.0 to stay relevant.
- Identify NetOps 2.0 Personnel by Assessing Individual Strengths and Motivations
- Acquire the Skills Needed to Embrace Breakthroughs in Network Automation
- Ability to Adopt and Encourage a Process-Driven Culture
- Ability to Orchestrate the Application of Network Automation Technologies
- Ability to Construe Business Impact Into Network Automation Requirements
- Ability to Take Advantage of Basic Network Scripting
- Ability to Translate Network Configuration Changes to Intent-Based Policy
- Acquire the Skills to Utilize Network Analytics Data Proactively and Strategically
- Ability to Construe Business Impacts Into Network Analytics Requirements
- Ability to Adopt a Proactive Problem Detection and Mitigation Approach
- Ability to Translate SLA Demands Into Performance Optimization Requirements
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