Level up your network…

…by adding: scalability, automation, visibility and trust

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Adopting Googles Site Reliability Engineering (SRE), Network Reliability Engineering covers esigning network architectures that are fault-tolerant and resilient, implementing monitoring and alerting systems to detect and respond to outages etc. and developing and executing plans to prevent or mitigate network failures. Applying network entineering ensures that your network is stable, secure and fits the needs of your organization.
Adding a “source of truth” to your network ensures, that you have a single, authoritative source of information that is used to manage and maintain the network. This helps you to ensure that everyone working on the network has access to the most up-to-date and accurate information, preventing errors and improve the overall reliability and stability of the network.
Having the ability to monitor, observe, and understand what is happening on the network helps you to identify and troubleshoot issues, improve network performance and efficiency, and enhancing security by allowing organizations to monitor for and detect potential threats. It includes tasks such as monitoring network traffic and performance, analyzing logs and other data to understand network activity and identify potential issues, and using tools to understand how data is flowing through the network.


  • Network Architecture
  • carrier grade
  • scalability
  • Network
  • Network Engineering
  • Routing
  • OSPF
  • IS-IS
  • MPLS
  • VPLS
  • L3-VPN
  • JunOS
  • Cisco IOS
  • Cisco
  • Juniper
  • L2-VPN
  • BGP
  • Linux
  • VPN
  • BNG
  • neutral
  • EVPN
  • Access-Networks
  • High Availability
  • IPsec
  • Firewall
  • Network Security
  • Cloud
  • IP-Fabric
  • PPPoE
  • SDN
  • DWDM
  • radius
  • Disaster Recovery
  • go
  • Prometheus
  • Grafana
  • One source of Truth
  • 5G
  • config-intent
  • Network Relibility Engineering
  • Network Automation
  • Network as Code
  • Alerting
  • CI/CD
  • netbox
  • gitlab
  • 400G
  • Traffic Engineering