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On behalf of the entire Netreo team, I would like to thank those of you who were able to join us for our inaugural Netreo User Group Get-Together: NUGGET 2020 last week.
In today’s IT’s landscape, a variety of tools are available to us to help with root cause analysis process. Leveraging your tools and using them optimally is necessary to any system but it’s important to remember that tools do not have access to all the information available for them to be able to truly solve every problem So to truly get to the true root cause, you need a process that will take us beyond the scope of tools.
IT engineers often refer to the term “MTTR” (Mean Time To Repair). It’s a key metric to indicate how quickly an IT team can solve outstanding issues.
The moment after an incident is resolved is perhaps the most relaxing for any IT team. When your system is finally functioning properly it puts the entire organization at ease, but the most daunting task is yet to come: root cause analysis (RCA).
IT monitoring and management have traditionally been focused on an enterprise’s IT backbone; e.g. its data centers, servers, networks, etc. However, with more and more employees working from home these days, and customers or partners scattered around the world, organizations have all found it is critical to monitor and manage an extended network connection to ensure a supreme digital experience for their employees, customers, or partners.
Ever watch news coverage of an incoming hurricane? You’ve got those correspondents out there in the elements, wearing their yellow rain ponchos, fighting the wind, and describing the scene to an audience watching at home.
On Friday afternoon, 17 July 2020, many internet users experienced connectivity issues around the same time. Even sites like Discord, Feedly, Politico, Shopify and League of Legends were inaccessible.