[ SD-WAN ]: How SD-WAN is Transforming Networks for Enterprises

Word Count: 859 Large enterprise level businesses (or smaller businesses that are beginning to expand), face major problems of coordinating and transferring data over vastly spaced geographical locations. In order to connect these data centers, or branches of the enterprise together, so they can share the same software/application, the network is extended using the services of ...
 

How We Preserved the Employee Email Experience with ServiceNow HR Case Management part 2

Word Count: 527 This is in continuation of our last Blog Part 1, in which we talked how we recently implemented the ServiceNow HR Case Management for a customer who had a unique request, requiring massive customization work on the implementation. In this blog, we'll discuss how there was, even more customization that was required ...
 

[ Wi-Fi | WLAN ]: Increasing WLAN Capacity and Maximizing the Customer Experience

Word Count: 1,004 In order to increase WLAN Capacity while maximizing the total customer experience of a WLAN, there needs to be a strategic approach to designing and deploying a WLAN, which was written about in my last blog. But first, let’s start by defining  a WLAN, so that we’re on the same page. A wireless local ...
 

[ ServiceNow ] How We Preserved the Employee Email Experience with ServiceNow HR Case Management

Word Count: 790 We recently implemented the ServiceNow HR Case Management for one customer who had a strange request. Let us first understand the benefits of HR Case Management application before we go into what the customer wanted. Typically most interactions between employees and the HR department are unstructured, manual based on emails/phones calls. Most of the ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] How OpenDaylight can be used to unify NetOps and SDN experts

Word Count: 545 Our last post gave us an overview of how OpenDaylight can be helpful for developers to build their own SDN solutions in order to provide facilities to their customers, but there’s a question that all SDN developers must ask themselves: How can I become a good SDN developer without knowing about network operations? Expert Network ...
 

[ WiFi | WLAN ] Designing and Deploying WLAN for the Customer Experience

Word Count: 990 Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) have become the key piece of any enterprise’s core infrastructure and network planning. Businesses that have publicly accessible areas (Lobbies, Hospitals, Airports, etc.) deploy WLAN for their mobile visitors to offer them comfort/convenience, and to improve the efficiency of their own business tasks. The Public WiFi can also ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] Are you starting your career as an Open Source developer? Why OpenDaylight may be your best option.

Word Count: 1,045 This blog post is a little different from our previous blog posts, as it speaks directly to new developers who would like to join the Open Source world. We’ll be discussing why the OpenDaylight project can be one of the best choices to learn when starting your career. Why Open Source: Before we start talking ...
 

[ OpenDaylight | ODL ] How to add new Intents definitions to OpenDaylight NIC: a guide for Intent-based solution developers

Word Count: 624 In our last post we demonstrated how NIC will change the way you manage your network. In this post, we’ll demonstrate how NIC will change the way you develop Intent-based solutions. As you may know, NIC is composed of a collection of OpenDaylight modules (OpenFlow plugin, BGP, Genius and others) and able to connect ...