By deploying Embrane heleos, enterprise networks are dramatically more agile, enabling the network team to be more responsive to changing business demands
Use Case: Network Services Automation
The network is the life-blood of your enterprise. But in a world where compute and storage virtualization is driving new efficiency throughout IT, including agility (e.g. rapid provisioning, non-disruptive elasticity, etc.), multi-tenancy at scale and programmability, the traditional network can unfortunately be a bottleneck.
Infusing automation into network services provisioning and management while enabling self-service for business units and functional organizations, not only streamlines operations and enables agility, but also frees up the networking team to focus on strategic initiatives, instead of simply keeping the lights on. The result is your enterprise can dynamically adapt to changing business requirements, infuse network flexibility without adding complexity and reduce capital and operational expenses.
When you instill this agility and automation and leverage new technology powered by general-purpose compute rather than high-priced hardware-based systems, you are on a clear path to a private cloud solution should that be part of your IT strategy.
- Network service provisioning takes too long and causes delays in time-to-service
- Managing the network is cumbersome and lacks automation and self-service capabilities
- Inability to offer dedicated network services in a multi-tenant environment
- Existing technologies can't deliver granular charge back to map network services to specific usage
- Introducing network process improvements causes disruption
Embrane Advantage and Customer Benefits
- Automated provisioning and follow-on scaling for fast service deployment to dynamically adapt to changing business requirements
- Inserts cleanly and non-disruptively with existing network hardware to eliminate the need for a “rip and replace” and allow enterprises to leverage existing investments
- True multi-tenancy with charge back capabilities
- Reduce CAPEX by at least 45% and OPEX by at least 25% through leveraging industry standard hardware and building operational efficiencies
- Clear path to private cloud