Monitoring MVP

Asset management, documentation and monitoring are important parts of any IT Ops team but at the same time they are boring, repetitive, error prone.

Last summer I spent some time investigating the possibility to integrate open source projects I like to create a Minimum Viable Product for asset management/monitoring and learn something during the process.

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This week I’ve attended the Network Automation Seminar organized by Reiss Romoli. The speaker was the great Ivan Pepelnjiak! I was happy to meet Ivan again after NFD16. At the event I joined old and new friends: Andrea, Nicola, Paolo and Tiziano. Are these networkers or programmers? ;) @ioshints @adainese @nmodena @ReissRomoli @Paolo_Lucente #networking pic.twitter.com/RwjX6h2Mng — Gian Paolo (@gp_ifconfig) October 19, 2017 Content is king In two days Ivan presented tools, solutions, concepts and a lot of use cases of network automation.

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Automation is today a word that can be both scaring and exciting at the same time. The scary part is often related to the question: will robots steal my job? Federico Pistono says that’s ok. We read articles about how many jobs will not exist anymore soon, and sometimes how new jobs will be create to support automation. The most advanced analysts try to predict how a society can survive with massive unemployment.

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Network Engineer

Italy