Most networks today have a “traditional” IT monitoring solution in place which provides alarming for devices, servers and applications. But as the network evolves, so does the complexity and security risks and it now makes sense to formalize the process, procedures, and policies that govern access and changes to these devices. Vulnerability and lifecycle management also plays an important role in maintaining the security and integrity of network infrastructure.
Network Configuration and Change Management – NCCM is the “third leg” of IT management with traditional Performance and Fault Management (PM and FM) being one and two. The focus of NCCM is to ensure that as the network grows, there are policies and procedures in place to ensure proper governance and eliminate preventable outages.
Eliminating misapplied configurations can reduce network performance and security issues from 90% to 10%.
Learn about the best practices for Network Configuration and Change Management to both protect and report on your critical network device configurations
- Enabling of Real-Time Configuration Change Detection
- Service Design Rules Policy
- Auto-Discovery Configuration Backup
- Regulatory Compliance Policy
- Vendor Default and Security Access Policies
- Vulnerability Optimization and Lifecycle Announcements
Date: On October 28Th.
Time: 2:00pm Eastern
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