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Network Monitoring & eBPF

I’m not going to lie, I have a strong hatred towards the Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF). There are a lot of reasons mainly having to do with having to support BPF on a network monitoring tool.

Device Onboarding with Netreo’s Auto Configuration

Wouldn’t it be great if there was some attribute you could query and set on a device? Then you could automagically configure that device based on that attribute that you just set for fully automated device onboarding!

Customer Success Takes a Team

Leadership Spotlight – Megan Amos, VP Customer Success

It’s Customer Success’s turn on the blog, so a greeting from all the countries my teams work from feels appropriate!

IT Tool Rationalization and You

If you ask the experts, they will tell you that companies have too many IT tools for monitoring their environments. Monitoring tools for network, infrastructure, application, wireless, endpoint, cloud, etc.

AIOps is Dead! Long Live AIOps!

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all the rage these days. Everywhere you look, companies are promising to solve your ills by applying AI to whatever problem you’re trying to solve.

Looking Beyond SNMP

In a previous blog post, we dove into the wayback machine and looked at Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Traps – a technology that allows devices (including network devices) to send alerts when specific thresholds have been reached.

Netreo Product Update – July 2022

Hello Netreo Customers!

In case you missed our Q1 survey invitation, I’m Netreo’s Vice President of Product Management. I joined Netreo for the opportunity to create great business solutions and customer experiences.

Fewer Alerts is Always Better, Right?

Let’s be honest, alert fatigue is a real thing and anyone telling you otherwise is flat out lying. If you have tools generating tens or thousands of daily alerts, eventually people will burn out and simply start ignoring alerts.

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