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elizabethv
elizabethv
4/23/2018 5:58:26 PM
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Re: Network Strain
Network strain is definitely a problem. Another job I have is teaching online. My employer recently upgraded the entire platform. And while the format was great, it clearly hadn't been tested to handle any kind of strain. So over the weekend, when everyone was suddenly online at the same time for their classes, most of us struggled to get in and have/teach classes. It was a problem that ended up taking about 7 hours for them to fix. On the bright side, I got extra sleep and paid for it. Such is life with technology. 

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Shaunn
Shaunn
4/21/2018 3:36:42 PM
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Re: Network Industry
Knowing Google, they may become so innovative that even with automation, network engineers would still have plenty to do. It's not like Google to get ahead and let off the gas. But that might not happen soon if it does at all.

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:04:42 AM
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Network Industry
I am curious to see how network automation will impact the network industry - network engineers, manager and other network industry staff. Will they loose their jobs because the demand for network engineers will decrease as automation of networks increases.

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:03:00 AM
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Network Automation
This is great. I remember working with network engineers and when a network failure occured a network engineer had to be called in the middle of the night. The company had to wait for the employee to get dressed, drive to the office and the begin troubleshooting the problem. Automation will reduce the resolution time greatly.

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:01:08 AM
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Automation
It makes sense to automate network functions. This will save time and money and increase customer satisfaction.

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 10:00:40 AM
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Re: Google on Automation
@clrmoney, I agree. Google has the tools, money and resources to embark on this initiative unlike some startup companies who do not have that advantage.

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freehe
freehe
4/21/2018 9:58:23 AM
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Network Strain
Network strain has always been a problem. I am surprised the problem has not been solved before now. As long as companies develop more devices, more features and more ways to connect, consumer usage will increase. This issue should have been resolved a long time ago.

 

Google is building a "Google Assistant for Networking" tool that relies on intent-based networking technologies to automate some of the processes used in managing data centers and other infrastructure. Vijoy Pandey, Google's head of engineering for data centers and backbone networks, said at MPLS, SDN and NFV World Congress 2018 in Paris that around a quarter of Internet traffic now originates from Google, and the humans are what's stressing the network the most.

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Shaunn
Shaunn
4/20/2018 9:26:40 PM
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Google's New Assistant
Google has a history of innovation in things in general. I wouldn't be surprised to see something more come from this later as they get into it.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/17/2018 8:16:18 PM
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Re: Google on Automation
Just because it does not work does not 100% does not mean that we can't try it--admittedly it gets tougher as the transformation continues. 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/17/2018 8:11:12 PM
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Re: Google on Automation
Let's see what happens with it as the transformation does in fact occur.  What I am curious about is what Google is doing to try and elevate their engagement in the home incorporating Rasperry PI.   Hopefully the community is able to chime in.

 

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