Network Automation


Network Automation is a technique in which software spontaneously configures, provisions, manages and tests network devices. It is used by business and service providers to improve ability and reduce human error and operating expenses. Network Automation as software based often referred to as intelligent network automation which is coordinated through an administrative portal that eliminates the need to script commands by hand.

naNetwork Automation tool approves function ranging from basic network mapping and device discovery, to more complex workflows like network configuration management and the provisioning of virtual network resources. It also plays a key role in software-defined networking, network virtualization and network orchestration, enabling automated provisioning of virtual network tenants and functions, such as virtual load balancing.

Benefits of network automation

Network automation has three core benefits:-

  • Improved efficiency. By automating functions on network devices, user no longer have to perform time-consuming tasks.
  • Reduced likelihood of person error. Manual tasks are prone to user error, and when the stability of an enterprise or service provider network is at stake, the consequences of a miscalculation or incorrect entry can be significant.
  • Lower operational expenses. This benefit comes as a result of the previous two items. By removing certain manual tasks around network device provisioning and network management, businesses can operate with greater speed and agility. For example, computerized provisioning may save a network engineer from having to travel to a new branch office to establish network connectivity ┬áthus enabling employees at that site to get to work faster.





Network automation is the key techniques supporting the evolution of Intent-Based Networking (IBN), in which software is used to map how resources can be harnessed to meet the demands of what an business needs to accomplish with its network.

Automation permits through a graphical user interface over which engineers can determine how network operations should be performed to meet a particular objective, with configuration and other management changes made to network components regardless of vendor automatically.

#Bayinfotech, provides most network infrastructure vendors that have developed software-based platforms which provide automation capabilities, typically for their own products, through a specialized API.